Spiral Games Studio's upcoming first-person shooter Orion: Dino Horde is gearing up for the multiplayer beta test. The test is actually commencing a lot sooner than you might have been expecting, as it has been announced that gamers will be able to participate in the beta for Dino Horde as soon as next Monday, on March 4th.

Orion: Dino Horde is a cooperative, open-world action game that – just as the name implies – features hordes of dinosaurs to take down. Spiral has also included a new feature into the digital sequel, enabling gamers to take control of the dinosaurs for the very first time and wreck havoc on the space marines as if they just stomped on your nest and then made scrambled eggs out of your babies...and no one makes scrambled eggs out of your babies, except for you.

Spiral has taken a lot of the feedback from gamers and applied it to the sequel, making a lot of changes and fixes to improve and streamline the gameplay experience. Hopefully it all works out for the best.

With a wide assortment of vehicles, 50 weapons, upgrades, explosives and plenty of intense dino-hunting action fueling the play experience, Orion: Dino Horde is so far the only dinosaur game this year that seems worth checking out, unless of course EA or Activision have something but their sleeves but right now they seem a little too preoccupied with Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Modern Black Ops War 10 to care about branching out.

You can learn more about Orion: Dino Horde by paying a visit to the game's Official Website.

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