- It's not yet announced. Keep an eye on the patch-notes, that's probably the first place you will see it. --Cadaeib (talk) 01:53, 21 October 2015 (UTC)
This critter has released and have some roles it could do. Pack hunter, they're quite resilient with some I have tamed having life exceeding rexes. The alpha's secondary attack adds not only a bleed effect but greatly slows a target, ensuring it cannot run away before it's killed by the pack. Just need 3 for the alpha buff, they deal more damage than raptors and direwolves, have the same damage as carnos but are resilient as rexes. Short turning radius, rather quick attack with a decent area of effect, and decent speed. Damage, health, and stamina on the alpha.
Transport and Transport escorts, they have a decent carry weight to them as well as being faster than a rex. They can scout ahead of the convoy for threats both dino and human. Chase down any attackers that try and flee, or hold them off with the slowing alpha attack while the rest of the convoy gets away. Damage, health, and possible speed.
Vanguards, they're quick and resilient hunters. After breaching defenses you can run them through an opening to push into an enemy's fort and cause havoc within. Chasing down stragglers as they try to flee to ensure no one escapes. Health, damage, speed.
Base defense, a pack of allos roaming a base are a formidable foe to deal with. They'll take time to bring down while people respond to the threat. Health, damage. RaptorHesus (talk) 15:07, 2 August 2016 (UTC)
Multiple pack leaders[edit source]
I'm currently playing the Island map and I'm seeing a merged group of six Allosaurs on the beach. When they spread out a bit, they they seem to act as two packs of three with two pack leaders. When they get close they seem to form one group and a third pack leader is appointed. Can someone confirm this behavior and maybe even write something on it? Viewers may wonder about this ability. Thank you. 188.8.131.52 02:02, 8 December 2017 (UTC)