Exoprimal open beta leaked via PlayStation Store.
It seems that Capcom's upcoming game Exoprimal will have an open beta for everyone soon, as details of the beta appeared on the PlayStation Store before it was removed. Unfortunately, the leak did not tell us when this beta will be launched, but it is believed that we will receive it in the spring of this year, that is, very soon.
The beta was only discovered on the Japanese PS4 Digital Store, and it is not known if the beta is available in other regions. However, closed network testing was available for Exoprimal all over the world. So it would be safe to assume that the open beta will follow suit when announced.
Many players are hoping that the open beta will improve the experience of the closed test, which raised issues with the game's PvP system, allowed camping, implemented an odd scoring system, and contained numerous technical issues. Details and timing of the beta are expected to be released soon.
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Earlier, Capcom's public relations manager reassured the players, saying that the company had listened to them and their feedback about the closed beta. He also promised that all of their feedback has been taken into account and that the final product will be improved when it is released.
Exoprimal is a Third-person Shooter developed and published by Capcom. It is also an action game that offers a cooperative multiplayer experience, in which the player must fight huge creatures of dinosaurs and mutated prehistoric creatures single-handedly with the support of computer-controlled characters or cooperatively with friends over the network.
The game is scheduled to be released sometime this year on all current and previous home platforms and PC.