Lukewarm Media and Reverb Publishing’s upcoming dinos-vs.-humans deathmatch, Primal Carnage, is available now for preorder at its official website. For $14.99, gamers will get a Steam key that will grant them early access to Primal Carnage in the closed beta, as well as an exclusive feathered raptor skin when the game launches later this year.
With Primal Carnage, players hunt AND are hunted, and must choose between defending themselves against a slew of deadly prehistoric creatures with an arsenal of today’s weapons, or decimating humans into piles of sinew as vicious carnivores of all sizes and variety. With five unique human classes and five unique dinosaurs, Primal Carnage is a dynamic, enthralling experience. Rendered in high-fidelity using the Unreal Engine, this is one of the greatest looking digital games to date.
Primal Carnage features:
•Five large, open environments in which to team up and take down the human or dinosaur competition online
•10 playable classes (five human, five dinosaur) each with unique skills and abilities that can trump each other in a rock-paper-scissors fashion
•Play from both first-person (humans) and third-person (dinosaurs) perspective
•Multiple achievements, unlockables and planned DLC
Primal Carnage is a part of Reverb Publishing’s growing roster of titles, which includes the massively-successful Dungeon Defenders, the recently-released Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad and JAM Live Music Arcade, as well as the upcoming Sanctum 2, Ravaged, Beatbuddy, Black Knight Sword, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken and much more
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