Game News Exoprimal shows up again in a long sequence of intense gameplay
Mixing mechas and dinos, the game Exoprimal has not finished talking about it and offers us a long sequence of gameplay that promises to send heavy.
Even more dinosaurs!
Initially announced during Sony’s State of Play last March, Exoprimal is presented as a new license from Capcom. And it is only natural that the studio took advantage of its latest Showcase to unveil new images of its action-oriented TPS in cooperation. But that’s not all sincea new video has just landed in preview and delights players with a new gameplay of nearly 16 minuteswhich you can discover above.
This long sequence features clashes between two teams of five playersrespectively equipped with their exoskeletons, and which in parallel, find themselves facing hordes of dinosaurs particularly fierce. Rhythm by the capricious AI named Leviathan, the missions are varied and follow one after the other with cooperation that is essential between players to escort, eliminate specific targets or even defend positions.
Tests in anticipation
Qualified as Dino Survival, Exoprimal is scheduled to be released in 2023 on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.
In the meantime, players are invited to register here to get a chance to participate in closed network testing. If the first test session takes place at the beginning of July, it will only be valid on the American continent. We will have to wait until the end of July, then the beginning of August to try the title on a global scale. Moreover, the game is still under development, this test is mainly intended to experiment with the basic functions of the game as well as the stability of the network. To note that closed network tests will only be available for the PC version through the Steam platform.