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Capcom’s Dinosaur Shooter Exoprimal Receives Its Last Content Update

After twelve months, hope of further updates has gone extinct

Exoprimal was a bonkers title that sounded like the dream of every 11 year old on the planet – robot warsuits, massive action and hordes of dinosaurs to fight. After releasing in July of 2023, the developers have now made it known that the game will now enter a seasonal rotation mode as of mid-July 2024, ceasing the addition of new content moving forward.

That’s 12 months of content, which is nothing to sneeze at – and the more important detail is that the game is not shutting down.

Exoprimal will continue to be supported, which is a relief given how some live service titles fare in the modern landscape. On social media, the team has been super transparent that there is still plenty to do for all – especially for those that have yet to strap into their Exofighter suit:

All gameplay modes will remain available to play. This includes the main Dino Survival mode, as well as endgame content such as Savage Gauntlet and Time Loop Rebellion,” Capcom confirmed. “If you’re playing alone or match with only a few other players, Bots (AI-controlled Exofighters) will still be added so that you can fully enjoy the Hammerheads’ story and reach the ending.

For the rabid Exoprimal fans, it may be a bummer that the future will be lacking new stuff – but it does serve as a reminder that not all games need to be endless leviathans of endless content. Heck, if the writing is on the wall – could this mean a first step on the road to an Exoprimal 2? Perhaps with some kind of Dino Crisis tie-in?

We can all dream.

Did you check out Exprimal? Was it every bit as dino-mite as you may have hoped? Let us know in the comments or on social media.

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Written By Ash Wayling

Known throughout the interwebs simply as M0D3Rn, Ash is bad at video games. An old guard gamer who suffers from being generally opinionated, it comes as no surprise that he is both brutally loyal and yet, fiercely whimsical about all things electronic. On occasion will make a youtube video that actually gets views. Follow him on YouTube @Bad at Video Games

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