Capcom marks Dino Crisis' 25th with bloody dino foot pic
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Capcom marks Dino Crisis' 25th with bloody dino foot pic

Jul 01, 2024 3:59 PM

Capcom is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its beloved survival horror series, Dino Crisis, which first launched on the PlayStation on July 1, 1999. The series has three main entries, with the first game being the most successful, selling 2.4 million copies. Fans have long speculated and hoped for a revival, but Capcom's 2022 announcement of Exoprimal, a multiplayer dinosaur-themed game, seemingly dashed those hopes. However, a recent tweet from Capcom featuring an image of a bloody dinosaur foot has reignited some fan excitement and speculation about a possible comeback. Currently, Capcom is busy with other major projects, including Monster Hunter Wilds, multiple Resident Evil remakes, a new Resident Evil game, a Dead Rising remake, and the Marvel vs. Capcom Fighting Collection.

Will Capcom release a new Dino Crisis game?n

As of now, there are no confirmed plans from Capcom to release a new Dino Crisis game. While the tweet featuring a bloody dinosaur foot has renewed hope among fans, Capcom has not officially announced any development on a new entry in the series.

Dino Crisis, known for its thrilling and suspenseful gameplay akin to Resident Evil but with dinosaurs instead of zombies, was a significant hit in the late '90s and early 2000s. The first game, directed by Shinji Mikami, who also directed Resident Evil, combines action, puzzle-solving, and the omnipresent threat of prehistoric predators, creating a unique experience that is still fondly remembered by gamers today.

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