Alien: Isolation studio might be working on a Jurassic Park survival horror game


By Ray Ampoloquio September 16, 2021

Gamers once mentioned Dino Crisis alongside Resident Evil.

Unfortunately, Dino Crisis was never able to enjoy the same heights of popularity as its fellow Shinji Mikami game. 

What's even sadder is that there are no Dino Crisis reboots confirmed to be happening soon. 

The good news is that a survival horror game with dinosaurs might be coming in the future.

The Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies were never known for their horror elements.

But, when you think about it, the basic premise does lend to a potential survival horror game or movie.

Creative Assembly appears to believe that this is indeed the case. 

According to rumors, the studio behind 2014's Alien: Isolation is working on a Jurassic Park survival horror game. 

The 4Chan leak suggests that the Jurassic Park survival horror game will be exclusive to next-gen consoles. 

The description also suggests that it will take place after the Jurassic Park trilogy but before the Jurassic World films. 

Of course, because this is a 4Chan leak we are talking about, we suggest that you take it with a grain of salt. 

After all, we doubt Universal Pictures will be wiling to lend its family-friendly IP.

A Jurassic Park survival horror game would have to be R-18 to work. 

We just don't see that happening anytime soon and it's not like Universal has any incentive to make it happen. 

Of course, we'd love to be proven wrong, especially since this is Creative Assembly we are talking about. 

Alien: Isolation is one of the best survival horror games of all time. 

If anyone can make a Jurassic Park survival horror game work, it's them. 

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