Second Extinction for Xbox Series, Xbox One launches in Game Preview on April 28

Also available via Xbox Game Pass.

Second Extinction

The Xbox Series and Xbox One versions of dinosaur-themed three-player cooperative shooter Second Extinction will launch in Game Preview on April 28, developer Systemic Reaction. It will also be available via Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC.

Second Extinction first launched in Early Access for PC via Steam in October 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via Systemic Reaction:

Second Extinction pits teams of up to three players against swarms of bloodthirsty dinos in fast-paced battles across Earth’s post-apocalyptic wastelands. Squad up with a range of powerful weapons and fight on your own or with friends against monstrous dinosaurs long thought extinct — now mutated and deadlier than ever! The War Effort is Second Extinction’s community-driven global metagame: by completing missions and activities around the world, you’ll directly impact the threat level and challenges players face.

Xbox and Microsoft Store players will have full access to all the content currently available in Second Extinction on Steam Early Access, where it first released last fall. Since then, the game has continued to grow through frequent content updates guided by community feedback, introducing new weapons, challenges, dino mutations, War Effort emergence events, gameplay improvements and more.

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