Capcom’s dinosaur shooter is coming to Game Pass this summer


Exoprimal, the online multiplayer dinosaur destruction derby game that is, for some reason, not a remake of Dino Crisis, finally has a release date. Capcom announced a slew of other news for the game as a part of its March 2023 presentation. Check out the latest trailer here.

Despite looking like a generic dinosaur killing game at first blush, the bits and pieces of story moments sprinkled throughout the presentation seemed to indicate a much deeper story than cool robots fighting dinosaurs. There’s mention of time travel, body doubles, and perhaps the hint that the enemies aren’t the dinosaurs at all.

Exoprimal releases on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC and will also be available on Xbox Game Pass on July 13th.

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