A few hours ago a new game was announced, called Instinction. In development by the newly formed New Zealand company Hashbane, here is a title that draws deep inspiration from the famous video game produced by Capcom for PlayStation One. We are talking about the much loved Dino Crisis, a sort of Resident Evil but with the dinosaurs to rule it. Many are clamoring for a remake of the incredible longtime title, and here is finally an answer.
Taking a look at the page of the official site dedicated to Instinction, we can read a preview of what this title will basically be. It will be played in the third person in a single-player adventure, with the possibility of playing in co-op with other users.
Here is the general view of the gameplay as presented to us:
“Slay terrifying prehistoric creatures in this semi-open world epic, with immersive combat and exploration in multiple awe-inspiring natural locations, all while solving puzzles and completing campaigns.”
As for the miscellaneous things at our disposal, the development team explains how there are weapons for any type of style you want to adopt “from melee weapons to rocket launchers with fully customizable in-game attachment, skin, and reticle editor.”
It is also added that the title, which is also made for next-gen, will exploit the particular functions of DualSense and will therefore have use of adaptive triggers and tactile feedback, but this only if played on PlayStation 5.
The development team of Instinction is also paying particular attention to exploiting the GPUs of the new generation of consoles in the right way, but also to the use of the most advanced ray-tracing, DLSS 2.0, HDRI, screen-space effects, shadows, reflexes, and environmental occlusion.
The guys from the Hashbane studio aim to release the game for the third quarter of 2022, with a window of time that goes from July to September and will be published for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
Meanwhile, fans of Regina’s adventures won’t stop dreaming of the Dino Crisis remake anyway, and who knows if Capcom doesn’t really realize this dream in the near future.