Our first tech demo powered by the CryEngine 3 is finally released! As the player you have to survive a tropical island with deadly Velociraptors lurking around the corner! We hope you will enjoy these first steps as we embark on a journey taking us millions of years into the past!

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0rpheus Jan 4 2013 says:

Awesome! Gonna try it out as soon as possible, loved the first demo!

But the one thing I can't wait to see is a T-Rex, in the night in a forest with lots of breakable trees, chasing me and pretty much all I see/hear is tree trunks breaking and snapping behind me. That would be the part where I crap my pants

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0rpheus Jan 4 2013 replied:

omg lol I'm stupid, I thought this was a new demo :D

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shortandpoor Jan 5 2013 says:

This looks scary.

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InvaderLoz Jan 29 2013 says:


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Download: Moddb.com

There are about 50 raptors on the island ... if you have problems finding them press F11 and use F3 to fly to your target ...

Please note that the current tech demo is only a proof of concept showing basic AI behavior like stalking, resting and basic approaches to pack behavior.
We are currently concentrating our efforts on creating the complex ecosystem that existed in North America 65,5 million years ago step by step and constantly expand the world and the animals that lived during that time.
However the tech demo is by no means a representation of that and the environment aswell as the dinosaur design, animation and AI are only made for test purposes and will be replaced at some point in the future.

Jan 3rd, 2013
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