Dino D-Day hitting Steam March 29, beta starts next week

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 22 February 2011 21:09 GMT

Dino D-Day, the Nazi dinosaur shooter built using the Source Engine is now scheduled to be released on March 29 via Steam.

Speaking with BigDownload, Abe Scheuermann at developer 800 North said it was originally slated for March 1, but the team wanted more time with it, so it will release a beta version of the game ob March 1 instead.

It will include the human character classes, every weapon in the game, and every Nazi lizard included in the title as well.

One map and one gameplay mode will be playable, and the beta is limited to 1,000 people, so head on through here to keep an eye on sign-ups.

The final version of the game includes more maps as well as gameplay modes. Free content updates are expected post release, but as of yet, there isn’t an initial game price.

Dino D-Day is a multiplayer shooter which takes place during an apparently, strange, alternate version of WWII.

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