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Jurassic World: The Game – How to get way more DNA for free

Arguably, the most important thing in Jurassic World: The Game is DNA. This is what lets you get more dinosaurs, evolve dinosaurs, and keep your fighting crew up to snuff so that you can beat Vic and stay tough against other players. There are plenty of ways to earn it in this game, luckily. Read on for some tips and tricks for how to get free DNA!

Always log into the game daily even if you don’t plan to play extensively that day, or even at all. Every day that you log in you will get free packs of goodies just for doing so. Most of the time these packs include some DNA, sometimes more than others. Every so often your rare card will contain DNA.

If you want to earn free DNA, the quickest way to do so is to go to the IAP store and do one of two things. First thing would be to spend Dino Cash on DNA. Another option is to watch the free advertisement videos that are optional within the game. For each one that you watch, you will earn a small DNA reward. You can watch as many as you want and it will add up over time.

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Complete the quests. Many of them will offer DNA as one of your rewards. Even if they don’t at the time though, you will still be able to unlock new quests by completing the current ones, or earn Dino Cash which you can then spend on DNA. If you need to unlock more quests and none are showing up at the moment, then you might need to gain an experience level.

Get rid of one of the dinos that you don’t want in exchange for some DNA. The rarer the dinosaur, the more DNA that you will get from getting rid of it. However, you won’t want to get rid of any rare dinosaurs if you can help it, since typically DNA is meant to purchase rare dinos for evolution purposes. Sell common ones that you have an overabundance of.

You might be prompted to spend DNA on things such as speeding up an evolution. Don’t do it! DNA is hard to come by. Save it for a permanent effect (such as getting a new dinosaur or an evolution material) as opposed to speeding up an evolution that is already happening.