Primal Fears breaks out on Steam

Indie game Primal Fears from DnS Development brings the boom to hack n’ slash action on Steam

January 10, 2013
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Primal Fears is a new game that has just hit the Steam store, and is looking to give the isometric action genre a kick in the groin.

After a chemical has turned most of the world into vicious creatures, the survival horror gane requires you to do the one thing that’s the answer to such a problem – kill everything.

Players can upgrade their weapons and compete against one another, or work together in 4-player co-op.

Game features:

  • Co-op game play with you and your friends up to four players.
  • A plethora of weapons including primary, secondary and other items of use like RC-cars, turrets, and drones.
  • Buy and upgrade over 15 weapons to make each play-through of a level unique.
  • Story missions or arenas that are both re-playable to challenge your skill.
  • A variety of enemy types, ranging from small to hulking.
  • Steam leaderboards, achievements, and cloud saving enabled.

The game is available on Steam for $8,99, as there is a 10% discount for the first week.

Check out the trailer below:

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