Second Extinction Dinosaur Shooter Announced During Xbox Stream

Second Extinction is a new first-person shooter game where you have to take down savage mutated dinosaurs. The game was revealed with an announcement trailer during this mornings Inside Xbox 20/20 live stream event. In the game, the mutated dinosaurs have taken over the Earth as their own, and it is up to us to take it back. More likely, though, the point of Second Extinction is just to survive. The game is being developed by Systematic Reaction, a division of Avalanche Studios Group, and this will be a co-op game. Check out the announcement trailer below.

Second Extinction is the Dinosaur Action We Need

There is a ton to like about what is being seen here. Three player co-op is always a fun time, and when you throw in dinosaurs into the mix, that can only mean good things. Some of the key features of Second Extinction include:

  • Intense Three-player Co-op — Earth is overrun by mutated dinosaurs! Team up with up to two other resistance fighters to take it back in short but intense combat operations.
  • Battle Mutated Monstrosities — These dinos are nothing like the ones in your history books! From electric raptors to behemoth T-Rexes that tower over the horizon, these deadly creatures have evolved into the ultimate killing machines.
  • Experience Spectacular Action — Combine your fireteam's unique weapons and abilities for explosive results against overwhelming opposition in challenging combat set-pieces.
  • Take Part in a Joint Effort — Your actions, together with the rest of the community, will shape the course of the war against the dinosaurs.


Second Extinction has been announced for the Xbox.
Second Extinction has been announced for the Xbox.

Sold, and out of everything shown today, this game looks the most fun. Keep this one on your radar for sure.

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