The new model is exceptionally well-animated. It packs different animations for all roars, all attacks, and has a running animation that is currently matched only by the Phoenix Achillobator
The Carnotaurus, more commonly just referred to as Carno by players, is a carnivorous dinosaur in Dinosaur Simulator.
In real life, the Carnotaurus was a medium-sized 7-8 meter long predator that was extremely fast-moving and was able to deliver quick but weak bites, and thus instead of preying on slow and hefty titanosaurs like the carcharodontosaurs that shared the habitat with it, it probably preyed on quick ornithopods.
Gameplay and Strategy
While only being a medium-sized meat eater, it is faster than a Gallimimus and is able to chase most small herbivores down. Because of this they are a huge threat to babies and new players in general.The speed adaptation was a stat change made in patch 6.1.0 to make the carno be more like it's current portrayal in dinosaur media and it's real life counterpart, which also was a quick hunter.
This makes the carno best adapted to hunt bigger prey with hit-and-run tactics, while smaller prey can just be runned down and killed. In contrast to Yutyrannus and Allosaurus, which both move fast but delicately, the carno brutally stomps and moves the chest up and down while sprinting. This makes a carno running towards you more alarming to see, especially while roaring, so it's better at scaring new players than other fast hunters.
Generally one of the most popular dinosaurs.
Babies and Juveniles
A baby carnotaurus is very easy to get up to juvenile stage, just run from everyone and track down snacks. A juvie carno plays similar to raptors like Achillobator, scavenge, and hit-and-run NPCs.
The carno roar is a loud and cracking roar, with a deep, roaming undertone.