Primal Carnage: Extinction Holiday Content – Back for a Limited Time!

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For an extremely limited time, holiday-themed DLC is available for Primal Carnage: Extinction for the PlayStation 4 system!

PC:E is the dinosaurs-versus-mercenaries game where you play as dinos (or mercs) in class-based team havoc.

Limited-release winter DLC includes things like poinsettia-themed Pteranodon skins, candy-cane-striped firearms, earmuffs, wrapped-present electronic trackers, and more.

DLC is iconic, holiday-themed, and cosmetic (so it won’t give unfair advantages during gameplay).

Players who own the game can pick up the limited content in DLC packs, in first- and second-wave DLC bundles, or the “Holiday Mega DLC Bundle” containing all of the holiday content so far.

Gamers new to the franchise can snag the “Holiday Mega Game Bundle”, which comes with the game, all previous holiday DLC, and a hand-painted dinosaur theme inspired by the world of Primal Carnage: Extinction.

Primal Carnage: Extinction was brought to PS4 by Panic Button, and is owned by Circle 5 Publishing.

Content will only be available through the beginning of 2018, with the end date to-be-announced.

About Panic Button
Panic Button was founded in 2007 by long-time, experienced game developers. The Austin, TX studio is driven to “Make Good Games with Good People,” and specializes in challenging work-for-hire, co-development, original intellectual property, and specialized services like digital publishing. Recent projects include DOOM and Rocket League (both released for Nintendo Switch in November), the Disney Infinity franchise, and Octodad: Dadliest Catch. More information can be found at

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