Second Extinction Features Dinosaurs That Explode Into Pieces

During the Inside Xbox May Update, Systematic Reaction unveiled a trailer for their three-player online co-op shooter, Second Extinction.

During the trailer, players land on a planet covered in hordes of raptor-like predators. Gameplay features different weapons players have in their arsenal, as well as dismemberment for the beast unlucky enough to be on the other side of a shotgun.

Other than the different types of raptors with elemental abilities like electricity, there are also large T-Rex sized monsters that co-op friends can team up against. Second Extinction features fast and fluid gameplay combined with abilities that teammates can chain together for more explosive action.

Systemic Reaction plans to support the title for the long term and will reveal their live roadmap and game details in the coming months. Managing Director Tobias Andersson says “As a live game, we plan to support Second Extinction long-term, as we do with all our titles. We can’t wait for players to team up, start playing, and become part of our community.”

Systemic Reaction is a small 35 person team based in Stockholm and Malmö and is currently supporting their last game, Generation Zero, with regular updates. The team is a division of Avalanche Studios Group, the two others being Avalanche Studio and Expansive Worlds who have worked Rage 2 and theHunter: Call of the Wild respectively.

Second Extinction is currently in development for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC with no release date announced. A closed beta is planned to hit Steam this summer and those interested can sign up at the official website.

Check out the reveal trailer below.

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Victor Aparicio

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