Exoprimal Receives a New Trailer and Release Date in July

The team-based action game Exoprimal, which was announced at Sony’s State of Play a year ago today, finally has a release date. Exoprimal will come out on July 14, according to the Capcom Spotlight Showcase.

In anticipation of its upcoming release, please enjoy this trailer for Exoprimal:

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In Expoprimal, which takes place in the year 2043, players take on the role of Exofdighters and fight off hordes of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures that have been changed. These creatures come to the modern world through mysterious vortexes.

Do you know that Tekken 8’s roster and gameplay keep getting better? For example, returning fighters get new looks and moves that fit better with the game’s style, which is heavily focused on rush downs:

Along with the release date, Capcom confirmed that there will be an open beta test before the game comes out. From March 17 to March 19, the beta test will take place. The more interesting thing that was confirmed by the stream was that Exoprimal will need to be connected to the internet all the time to play.

Even though the game has nothing to do with Dino Crisis, another Capcom IP about dinosaurs, Dino Crisis producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi is helping to make the game.

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