Primal Carnage: Extinction for PS4 launches October 20

A dino-versus-human multiplayer biter/shooter.

Primal Carnage: Extinction

Primal Carnage: Extinction will launch for PlayStation 4 in North America on October 20, developer Panic Button announced.

The PlayStation 4 version of Circle 5 Studio’s dinosaur-versus-people, first-person multiplayer title is a class-based biter/shooter in which you play as your favorite dinosaur or mercenary to defeat the opposing team in a variety of gameplay types.

Up to 16 players can play together in player-hosted online and offline (single-screen LAN) modes. Game modes include:

  • Team Deathmatch — (un)Traditional dino-versus-human team-based multiplayer in unique battle arenas.
  • Get to the Chopper — Control key parts of the map in this objective-based game mode, ultimately unlocking the escape helicopter and the Tyrant dinosaur that will try to stop it.
  • Survival — Play solo or co-op through wave after wave of AI dinos.
  • Free Roam — For those who want to strut their dino-might without the pressure of timers or kill counts.

Playable characters include:

Dinosaurs

Playing as dinosaurs, spit, pounce, chomp, and tail-swing your way to the top of the food chain. Not exactly your typical FPS.

  • Dilophosaurus — Ambush and blind your enemies from a distance or put your poisonous fangs to use, which will blind and slow the bipedal meat sacks.
  • Novaraptor — Fast and scary is your namesake. Mercilessly slash your enemies or pounce and maul them into the ground. Watch out for the counterattack, though!
  • Pteranodon — Reconnoiter from the sky and hone your swoop-down-and-carry-off skills or practice juggling your prey with a Pteranodon friend.
  • Carnotaurus — You’re a two-legged cross between a bull and a T-Rex that charges your victims to death and can also heal by taking a bite out of them.
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex — As the King of Lizards, be a high-health fearsome tank of an adversary.

Humans

As far as the human team, use weapons unique among first-person shooters to tranq, net, snipe, shoot, flame, or rocket your way to homo sapien superiority.

  • The Scientist — Snipe from afar, or slow down opponents with your unique-to-class tranquilizers, but don’t let the beasts get in your personal space (You can say goodbye if they do).
  • The Commando— On the other end of the spectrum, humble those legendary beasts with your assault rifle or rocket launcher. Remember you may be strong, but you’re not quick. Good thing you can take a beating.
  • The Pathfinder — Get up close and personal with your powerful short-ranged shotgun and leverage your agility to reload without getting eaten.
  • The Trapper — Net smaller dinos and lock the jaws of the larger ones to make them more susceptible to damage — a great tactic to slow them down for your team mates.
  • The Pyro — Because fire.

Watch the Primal Carnage: Extinction PlayStation 4 launch trailer below.

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