Capcom’s Exoprimal Has Both Dinosaurs and Crisis (But Not the New Dino Crisis)

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Capcom announced today Play Status shows that they are working on a new dinosaur action game for Playstation 4 and PlayStation 5. It’s called Exoprimal, and it looks so clunky.

The game – being a brand new and original IP – is definitely not a Dino Crisis news… despite the fact that it features both dinosaurs and a crisis in one city. . It will launch in 2023, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog.

With text in the trailer mentioning PlayStation Plus, it makes sense that we’ll be able to play online with friends in co-op to try and repel the jurassic invasion. It looks like a team of four players will be able to join the battle together, but that has yet to be confirmed.

“Let’s start the first phase: The year is 2043. For unknown reasons, mysterious vortexes have opened, unleashing countless swarms of dinosaurs in the modern world,” reads a description of the title. . “We are about to witness a brutal battle for survival between the brave Saviors of the near future and ferocious creatures from the distant past who threaten to push humanity to the brink of death. extinction.”

You’d be forgiven for thinking it was partly inspired by Anthem – all those mechs and all those third camera angles really make it sound like a deceptive shared world shooter of EA. Maybe with a little Left 4 Dead in it, too.

The game is coming to PS4 and PS5, and no other platforms have been announced yet.

https://www.vg247.com/exoprimal-capcom-state-of-1 Capcom’s Exoprimal Has Both Dinosaurs and Crisis (But Not the New Dino Crisis)

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