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Exoprimal, Capcom's newest dinosaur IP, launches in July

Exoprimal, Capcom's newest dinosaur IP, launches in July

In the Capcom Spotlight, the developer revealed a bunch of exciting news. The Resident Evil 4 Remake chainsaw demo, new info regarding Street Fighter 6, and the release of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 4 and 5. The Capcom Spotlight event also confirmed the release date of Exoprimal and also introduced new Exosuits, dinosaurs, and the upcoming Open Beta Test. 

The Exoprimal Open Beta Test takes place from March 16 at 17:00 PDT to March 19 at 16:59 PDT on all platforms. The OBT will feature cross-platform matchmaking, enabling Exofighter squads to compete against rival units on other systems. Players will also have the opportunity to try all 10 Exosuits, including the two unveiled today. As a special bonus, all OBT participants will qualify to receive an Aibius Medal charm to kit out their Exosuits in the full game.



Krieger and Nimbus are the latest Exosuits to join the action. Each model has unique powers to assist their allies on the battlefield. Krieger has a heavy arsenal geared to stop enemies in their tracks. This hulking Tank-type Exosuit wields heavy artillery to protect the team with formidable suppressive firepower. Meanwhile, Nimbus is a highly mobile Support-type Exosuit. This roller-skating pistoleer can rush into combat with guns ablaze or weave through dinosaur swarms to heal injured squadmates.

The broadcast also revealed new prehistoric threats that Exofighters must survive while searching for a way to escape the time-bending experiments of the sinister A.I. Leviathan. The armor-plated Stegosaurus is back from the past with the strange new ability to disarm Exosuits with its roars. Also, take heed of the Sinornithosaurus. These winged beasts may be small, but they move in packs and latch onto Exosuits to restrain them. In addition, there are two more mutant variants joining the fray: the Stealth Neosaur and Cryo Neosaur, which use invisibility and ice attacks to shock Exofighters and cause chaos.



Pre-orders for Exoprimal are on the roll and include three Exosuit skins as a special bonus. Alongside the Standard Edition, a Deluxe Edition is available, which includes the “Head Start Kit” plus “Survival Pass Season 1: Premium Tier” as a limited-time bonus. The Head Start Kit features three more Exosuit skins and early unlock tickets for Nimbus, Vigilant, and Murasame. These Exosuits can also be unlocked through gameplay in the Standard Edition. The Survival Pass rewards players for their in-game progress and has both free and premium tiers. The Season 1 Premium Tier offers an additional 19 Exosuit skins, 10 weapons skins, 4 emotes, 3 decals, and more.

Exoprimal will deploy on July 14, 2023 across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. A new IP is always a risk, but if you are willing to bet on Capcom, which lately has been producing only stellar games, check our comparator to see the best deals on Exoprimal. Maybe its success will motivate Capcom to invest in a future Dino Crisis remake.

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