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Orion Prelude game

Orion Prelude

The development of a multiplayer FPS ORION: Prelude was troubled with drama, several changes of the game title, and, ultimately, the resurrection of the project. This game was previously known as Orion: Dino Beatdown and Orion: Dino Horde. Back then in 2012, it received a massive backlash from critics and gamers for all the bugs and broken game mechanics that made both versions nearly unplayable. Fast forward to 2015. It turned out developers continued working on it and after more than 60 updates the game is very much alive. The game mechanics were overhauled and previously reported problems were addressed. They added new skins for characters, weapons, and dinosaurs. The game expanded greatly and now it includes open-world arenas, singleplayer campaign, bots for playing offline, co-op, PvPvE plus more than 10 other game modes (you can play as a dinosaur in some of them) as well as 1v1 or team duels, dynamic weather and day cycle, RPG-like character progression, Steam Workshop support, and much more. All of that if offered for a ridiculously low price for the original game. For those, who want to get the maximum level right from the start, developers released the Ultimate Edition at a higher price. But some buyers of ORION: Prelude (ULTIMATE EDITION) admitted that it's more captivating to earn these level-ups gradually investing their own time and tears of joy.

Tags: Dinosaurs, Action, FPS, Multiplayer, Online Co-Op, Co-op, Shooter, Adventure, Indie, Open World, Sci-fi, First-Person, Team-Based, Third-Person Shooter, Singleplayer, PvP, Mechs, Epic, Third Person, Strategy



Minimal system requirements

OS:Windows Vista SP2 32-Bit

Processor:AMD Athlon X2 2.8GHZ / Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHZ

Memory:3 GB RAM

Graphics:256 MB Graphics Memory (SM3)


Hard Drive:8 GB HD space

Sound:DirectX 9 Compatible