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Primal Carnage Enters Open Beta

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Reverb Publishing and Lukewarm Media have revealed that the upcoming prehistoric title Primal Carnage is now entering open beta. Players can pre-order now for access to the beta and exclusive in-game content upon launch. Read on to learn how you can get in the action today!

From the Press Release
Prepare yourselves for a monstrous clash between man and prehistoric beasts, as Reverb Publishing and Lukewarm Media announced today that Primal Carnage, a team-based shooter pitting dinosaurs and humans in a vicious struggle, has now gone into open beta for all players who pre-order the game. So ready up and be amongst the first to experience the prehistoric action as Primal Carnage will be unleashed upon the masses very soon.

Primal Carnage can be pre-ordered now at the Primal Carnage website, Steam, GameStop, GamersGate, and Rain. When players pre-order they will have instant access to the beta as well as receiving an exclusive in-game feathered raptor skin to be made available when the game launches.

Primal Carnage is the dinosaur title for which the world has been waiting. Dinosaurs take center stage in this class-based online multiplayer shooter featuring fast-paced between a team of humans brave enough to stand toe to toe with hordes of some of the most vicious animals ever to walk the face of the earth. Players can choose to take on both sides of the battle as either the human classes utilizing an arsenal of distinct and unique weaponry or inhabit the body of one of these menacing and powerful dinosaurs intent on leaving a trail of blood and destruction in their wake.

You can visit the official Primal Carnage website to learn more about the game.

Primal Carnage Enters Open Beta

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  • Scar Trek

    It’s not “open” beta if you have to pay for access. Scummy marketing ploy by those guys to get people to pay attention.

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