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Beasts of Prey
A big thank you and first DEV QA!

Hello everyone,
first off we would like to thank everyone for the great feedback and support. We have read all your comments and questions and you are covering quite a few aspects of our game which we figured we should have pointed out a bit more. If you haven't voted for us yet and you like our idea/game please support us!

Community Question: How does this differ from the Stomping Land ?

We believe the biggest difference between Beasts Of Prey and Stomping Land is the focus of the game-play and the setting. Stomping Land seems to be all about the dinosaurs and the experience to survive in that setting in some sort of realistic way. Our focus is freedom of choice, the fighting over land & resources and how your actions affect others. Our mechanics/developments are all aimed at giving you choices that affect the world as a whole. The game-world is free of any fixed setting - in the end we are mixing up dinosaurs with modern weapons, structures & cars. We had a very nice backstory for this but we dropped it as we do not like to limit the game-mechanics in any way.


Community Question: Why are there only 4 Dinosaurs in the game ?

Everything you have seen in our trailer is actually ready/working - when we created this trailer we did not like to show you things that are not done/ready for release yet - so for example turrets, additional cars/structures, deep mining, a RADAR/Mini-map System and another 6 models of dinosaurs which are currently still in development are not shown - we do not know yet which these features will make it into the first release. But before release we will show you another trailer with new features that actually made it into the Build including updated game-play. As gamers we always were disappointed when we saw trailers and the shown features were not there in the release - so in an internal discussion this came up as our company policy that we only show players the things that are actually done/ready for play.

However, we are reading your comments and some of the shown dinosaurs are already receiving updated textures/animations. (Teeth of the Allosaurus for example)


Community Question: What is this game all about ? Is it like RUST/DayZ ?

When we came up with the idea of this game it was very simple - "Let's give players an empty world and let them do whatever they want". You can see that for example in the Gathering mechanic: items drop to the ground so others can help you, kill you, or steal what you are trying to gather - and whatever their choice is it will likely lead to some sort of player-interaction. Or you could chop some wood and use it to lure other players into a trap - it's totally up to you. When building towns & outposts some players will invite everyone to their homes and start trading, others will be more hostile. We think a game should be like that and that's where it is similar to those titles mentioned above - each experience is authentic, non-scripted and unique.

The difference is that the focus is more on combat/fight for land and dying is a bit less harsh since you can store your items into private/clan-only lockers. So when you die you still loose "all your stuff" but only what you are carrying and if hostiles destroy your locker with the global inventory you only loose access to it - so you only need to rebuild it to access it. We believe this makes combat more fun and blowing up your houses/belongings doesn't ruin all your progress. Then of course there are features like procedual terrain, game-world growing with population which should balance the world in a much better way.

We hope we could give you some insights what we are developing here and we hope you guys like the ideas. Please give us some feedback/post your questions or ideas on the discussion forums and we will answer your questions again during the next week/post more screen-shots.

Again, thank you very very much for your support and votes,
The Octagon Interactive DEV Team

10 Comments
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CartLicker May 7 @ 11:58am 
I'm pretty sure this is a jurrassic park builder in FP
Milkman May 5 @ 2:22pm 
I just hope you guys dont have any safe spots on a map that dino's cant attack since that will defenitely change the pace of the game, making it alot more interseting to fight for survival rather than stay in a safe spot knowing nothing can harm you. Lots of support keeping a close eye on this game
Samus May 4 @ 8:07am 
Hi! Im from a YouTube gaming channel! I love the look of this game, I would love to do a review of it if you have a pre alpha release you could send me! Contact me by youtube inbox - https://www.youtube.com/user/everythingPCgames
Osh May 3 @ 12:20am 
I can't wait for this game! I hope it is as good as it seems! I loved RUST and this game seems like RUST but offers a whole lot more! Is there a price on this game yet? Like $20 is my guess anyone know for sure?
Napalm May 2 @ 2:58pm 
This will be a day-one purchase. Looks amazing. Can't wait!
coldsteel666 Apr 30 @ 2:45pm 
THIS GAME LOOKS REALLY COOL AND THE IDEA IS A GOOD ONE.
GOOD LUCK AND I WILL SUPPORT YA...
Burnz@BeastsOfPrey.com Apr 28 @ 2:20am 
The game-world is procedual, in early tests we've been driving 3 hours into one direction to test the game-world engine and it works perfectly, but we will limit the size based on the total population of the server. So with more people playing more land/hotspots will open up. In addition to that we are internally working on different biomes (desert, euro forrests, islands, sea levels) but thats not done yet/wont be taken into the first release since we are pushing game-play/polishing the client right now... But the engine is prepared for that...
5UMO Apr 27 @ 5:22pm 
i wanna play this now!
Paarthurnax Apr 27 @ 1:50pm 
How will you deal with everyone building bases/camps, won't the world just fill up very quickly?
CarNo65 Apr 27 @ 11:26am 
So it's more of a Sandbox than Survival. Good to know. This is looking up