Path of Titans

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a dinosaur, roaming around in the prehistoric world and stuffing your face with plants (or other dinos)? Well, Path of Titans is an open-world survival game that puts you in the skin of various types of megafauna, letting you live out all of your dinosaur-based fantasies (so long as those fantasies involve eating and walking around).

Even though almost everybody just plays the T-Rex, one of the best things about Path of Titans is just how robust its selection of dinosaurs is. Back when I played it (shortly after the game entered its closed beta period), I counted 26 species of dinosaurs that you could play as. Today, that number grows, as two more dinos were added to Path of Titans.

And I have to say, I’m not going to be able to pronounce either one of these, so I’ve dubbed them Stompy and Chompy.

First up is the Pachycephalosaurus, Stompy, which is an herbivore, despite its spikey appearance. I suppose that, when you’ve got armies of Tyrannosauruses stomping around, you’ve got to make sure your head is protected.

The other big boi is the Pycnonemosaurus, Chompy, which hails from Brazil. The press release boasts about the ferocity of this beast, calling it “a carnivorous contender looking use its own brand of bloodlust to take the crown from the Tyrannosaurus and sit atop the food chain of Panjura.” We have our doubts that the Pycno has the staying power of the T-Rex, but I admire the ambition here.

Both dinos should be available for the game today, whether you’re playing on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, or mobile.

And if you want to read about my thoughts on the game, check out my PS5 beta impressions. And if you’re specifically curious about the Switch version, my colleague David gave it a test drive, and you can read his thoughts by clicking the link here.

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