Want to figure out the best creatures in JWA to play with in PvP battles? Check out our Jurassic World Alive tier list below and find out the best dinosaurs for patch 2.18.
Our Jurassic World Alive tier list will give you an idea of which dinosaurs are worth collecting and which ones aren’t.
There are currently five different types of dinosaurs in this game: Common, Rare, Epic, Legendary, Unique, and Apex. JWA creatures are divided into 5 tiers. Each tier has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it would be wise to know which ones are best suited for your play style before you start collecting all the dinosaurs.
We’ve ranked the best creatures in Jurassic World Alive from the very best (S Tier) to the very worst (F tier). The best are those dinosaurs that are used heavily by teams in PvP, and the ones at the bottom are the ones that are used the least in this current patch. So let’s get started:
Jurassic World Alive – Tier S creatures
- Anylos Lux
- Hydra Boa
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Jurassic World Alive – Tier A creatures
Here you will find all the Jurassic World Alive creatures that are elite, which means that while they are not the best in the game, they are certainly still viable to be played in this meta.
- Haast Maximus
- Hadros Lux
- Morem Rex
- Scorpios Rex Gen 3
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Jurassic World Alive – Tier B creatures
The B tier JWA dinosaurs and creatures while not fantastic, they are still good and can be used with success against other players and teams in PvP battles.
- Indominus Rex
- Indominus Rex Gen 2
- Indoraptor Gen 2
- Scropios Rex
- Woolly Rhinoceros
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Jurassic World Alive – Tier C creatures
We’re getting closer to the end of our Jurassic World Alive tier list now, and on this tier, we find the alpha creatures… They are not great but also not the worst in the game, they are just… average, in terms of health, attack multipliers, resistances and all other stats.
- Allosaurus Gen 2
- Compsognathus Gen 2
- Parasaurolophus Lux
- Rodrigues Solitaire
- Scorpios Rex Gen 2
- Spinosaurus Gen 2
- Titanoboa Gen 2
- Tyrannosaurus Rex
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Jurassic World Alive – Tier D creatures
It’s the beginning of the end for our JWA tier list, and here we find all the low alphas and beta creatures in the game. Ideally you don’t want to use these unless you’re just starting out and they are the only ones that you have collected so far.
- Erlikosaurus Gen 2
- Marsupial Lion
Jurassic World Alive – Tier E creatures
Stay away from these Jurassic World Alive creatures, as they are not really that great. In fact, these are mostly survivor and scavenger creatures, that shouldn’t really be used unless you have no other option.
- Baryonyx G2
- Dilophosaurus Gen 2
- Dracorex Gen 2
- Haast Eagle
- Irritator Gen 2
- Koolasuchus Gen 2
- Purussaurus Gen 2
- Triceratops Gen 2
- Tyrannosaurus Rex Gen 2
- Wooly Mammoth
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Jurassic World Alive – Tier F creatures
And finally, for the last rank of our Jurassic World Alive tier list, we have the F tier where we have added mostly only the hatchling and carcass creatures of the game. Needless to say, you should avoid playing with these.
- Ankylosaurus Gen 2
- Dimetrodon Gen 2
- Diplocaulus Gen 2
- Haast Eagle Gen 2
- Monolophosaurus Gen 2
- Stygimoloch Gen 2
JWA Tier List: Final Thoughts
That wraps up our analysis of the best creatures in Jurassic World Alive.
As you can see, the meta is still very much evolving, and new dinosaurs are being released on a regular basis.
We’ll be updating this Jurassic World Alive tier list as time goes on, but we hope this has helped you narrow it down to your favorites.
Keep in mind though that this JWA tier list is just our opinion of the patch 2.18 meta, and in no way do we claim this to be 100% accurate, as every player out there has different play styles, and also luck is involved when trying to collect new creatures.
While luck may play a factor in acquiring rare dinosaurs, strategy is another important factor. Tournaments and limited-time events will favor certain types of dinosaurs, so you may want to prepare for that.
For example, a tournament that requires you to deal damage will favor those with high damage stats over those with high health.
That’s it for now from us, good luck hunting for more awesome dinos!
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JWA – Frequently Asked Questions
Jurassic World Alive is a free-to-play augmented reality game that puts you in the shoes of a dinosaur trainer. Your goal is to collect as many dinosaurs as possible and level them up as much as possible. You can train your creatures and battle other players’ dinos in real-time battles. When you do this, you’ll earn coins, which can be used to buy more dinosaurs or upgrade the ones you already have.
At the moment for patch 2.18, we believe that Rexy is the best creature in Jurassic World Alive. Other than Rexy, we also recommend using: Albertocevia, Allodrigues, Anylos Lux, Compsoraptor, Diloracheirus, Giganyx, Hydra Boa, Imperatosuchus, Parasauthops, and Refrenantem.
We have created this Jurassic World Alive tier list following the same methodology that we use when we create all our lists. Basically, it involves a ton of research from various online resources (as you can see below), and also we play the game ourselves to better understand certain aspects and creatures. No tier list is 100% accurate though, so keep that in mind when you go collecting dinos.
JWA Resources & Communities
Here is a list of Jurassic World Alive communities and resources that we have used for research when we created this tier list:
- Jurassic World Alive Forums
- JWA Discord Server
- Jurassic World Alive Reddit Community
- JWA Toolbox
- JWA Field Guide
- Jurassic World Alive Wiki (Fandom)
Shout out to all of them, and yeah go ahead and check those out if you need extra details about specific stats, abilities, and more.
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