Paleo Pines Release Date, Demo Announced at Summer Game Fest

Befriend dinosaurs and restore a ranch in Paleo Pines.

The dinosaur themed farm sim, Paleo Pines, announced during the Future Games Show a confirmed release date. You can restore your ranch and create a comfy dino sanctuary when it launches on PC September 26. You’ll be able to get a taste of the dino life, however, as a demo will be available during Steam Next Fest starting June 19 running until June 26.

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Paleo Pines takes the classic farm sim and brings it back to the stone age. You’ll befriend the wild dinosaurs, have them help restore your ranch and farm, as well as ride them around the tiny land. Like other farm sims there’s a small village with neighbors to get to know, and festivals throughout the year. Build up your ranch to make it the best dino sanctuary the people of Paleo Pines have ever seen.

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Also like other farm sims is the hidden story that needs to be discovered as you restore your ranch. While none of the story has been revealed, something else is going on in the land of Paleo Pines. It’s up to you and your dinosaur friends to find the lost history of the region.

If you’re interested in checking out this twist of a farm sim, Paleo Pines will have a demo available during Steam Next Fest. Starting June 19, you can give your dinos all the snout boops and pets you want. That is until June 26 when the demo ends. However, the PC release of Paleo Pines will be right around the corner.

For more on this unique farm sim, check out our GameSkinny Paleo Pines news updates. Stay tuned as the demo releases or more trailer reveals are announced.


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Ashley Erickson
Ashley, otherwise known as Glitchiee, is an avid gamer of RPGs, TTRPGS, farming sims, and survival crafting games. Playing since she can remember, she started on the SNES, GameBoy Color, and collection 1st gen Pokemon cards. Using her passion for gaming, she's written about games for a combined total of 2 years.