Dino Shooter Game Compound Fracture Gets a New Trailer
Today marks the release of a new trailer for PS1-style dino shoot-em-up Compound Fracture. The 5 minute long teaser shows a bit more of the game than what was shown in February. You play as a federal law enforcement agent sent to do an inspection of a company named ChronoGas. When you arrive, you find out that they are for sure going to fail the safety inspection due to dinosaurs. This fast-paced first person shooter Immediately draws favorable comparisons to Dino Crisis (which is nice because we haven’t had a good Dino Crisis game in 20+ years).
This teaser highlights the environments and combat in Compound Fracture. The slow, careful observation of the areas at ChronoGas quickly become frantic fights for survival as you fight off dinosaurs. Armed only with your wits, and a shotgun, will you manage to finish your safety inspection and make it out of Chronogas alive? Compound Fracture doesn’t have a set release date, but with this new teaser out in the world, we’ll hopefully be hearing something concrete soon. The Steam page has also updated with system requirements, which can be found below. Also you can wishlist Compound Fracture HERE
- OS: Windows 7 SP1
- Processor: 2.4GHz Dual Core
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce 9800GT
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 10 GB available space
- Additional Notes: Disk space requirement will likely be much lower on release.