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Exoprimal Gets New Gameplay Trailer, Closed Network Test

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During the recent Capcom Showcase, Capcom recently announced that a closed network test for its upcoming action co-op game Exoprimal will go live across three sessions on July 11, July 25, and August 7 for PC via Steam. A new trailer showcasing the game’s “Dino Survival” mode was also revealed. The game will launch sometime in 2023 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

Additional details via Capcom can be seen below:

The first opportunity to repel swarms of dinosaurs in Exoprimal, a brand new IP from Capcom, arrives next month. Register today for a chance to participate in the closed network test on Steam for PC this July and be among the first Exofighters to try this team-based action game before it deploys in 2023.

To prepare players before they suit up in mechanized combat armor and join the fight, Exoprimal director Takuro Hiraoka presented a briefing on the dynamic main game mode, Dino Survival. In this multiplayer experience, two squads of five Exofighters race to complete orders assigned by Leviathan, the sinister artificial intelligence behind the dinosaur outbreaks. Teams must complete missions before their rivals to win, stay alive, and continue searching for a way to escape Leviathan’s deadly games.

A new trailer teased a selection of objectives that make up Dino Survival. These include VTOL Defense, where squads defend downed aircraft from dinosaur onslaughts, and Omega Charge, which introduces a massive hammer that Exofighters will wield to obliterate targets. The video also unveiled two new Assault class Exosuits that are absolutely armed to the teeth. Barrage, a burning bombardier, and the rail gun-wielding sniper Vigilant join a growing armory of futuristic suits that teams can swap between on-the-fly to coordinate and overcome any challenge. While many situations pit players against hordes of dinosaurs, there are others where they clash directly with opposing squads, and even some where rival teams must band together to take-down common foes, like the twisted Neo Tyrannosaurus.

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