“Eye Tracking” and Dinosaurs for the Low Price of $30 on Steam


It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a man-eating Dinosaur!

[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he Hunter: Primal, a dinosaur hunting game which has been in early access for quite some time, has now been officially released onto steam for $24.00 USD until April 9th (otherwise this game is priced at $30). Avalanche Studios, and its subsidiary Expansive Worlds (developers of Just Cause) created The Hunter: Primal as a spin-off of The Hunter, a free to play game which thrives off of micro-transactions. There was also a trailer released, which can be seen below.

[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he full release of The Hunter: Primal adds in a few new features, including, the Quetzalcoatlus a flying dinosaur, additional weapons, and most notably a dynamic weather system covering the 9.3 square mile map. Expansive Worlds partnered with SteelSeries and Tobii Tech, have implemented eye-tracking. Similar to the functionality in Assassin’s Creed Rogue, eye-tracking positions based on where the player is actually looking. Sadly, to take advantage of this feature you would need a $200.00 USD SteelSeries Sentry with Tobii eye-tracking support.


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