There has been rumors of a Dino Crisis 4 reboot for some time now and some new light has been shed on the potential game. We now know for certain that if the game is coming back, it will not be on the Xbox platform. This would mean that a Dino Crisis 4 reboot would be a PS4 exclusive, just as the original and sequel were back in the day.
New head of Xbox Phil Spencer was quizzed over a new Dino Crisis game on Twitter, being asked if there was any truth to a reboot on the Xbox One. Sadly for some fans the answer was no, with Spencer confirming that they were not working on Dino Crisis and that it would be another publisher fronting the game if the remake rumors were true.
The original Dino Crisis games were developed by Capcom and released on to the PlayStation One, a 3rd game was released for the original Xbox but was not considered relatable to the previous 2 games. A new Dino Crisis remake for the PS4 would be very popular with fans and even players of the creature/shooter genre in general. Whilst nothing is certain there is still a possibility this remake could happen.
We spoke to you a short while back about the confirmed and upcoming Dinosaur shooter Primal Carnage: Genesis which will feature on the PS4. If there were to be a big factor to deter developers from creating Dino Crisis 4, the impending release of this game would be one of them. Sony may take a chance on this console exclusive reboot in the future, there is no rush to have Dino Crisis back any time soon.
Would you like to see the return of Dino Crisis on the PlayStation 4, or should the game perhaps be left as a classic and not remade?
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