Exoprimal Review (Steam)

For this Exoprimal Review, we play an online, team-based action game that pits humanity’s cutting-edge exosuit technology against history’s most ferocious beasts – dinosaurs. Exosuits are grouped into different roles, and players will pilot these exosuits to hold firm against overwhelming dinosaur swarms in online-only, team-based action game modes.

Exoprimal Review Pros:

  • Awesome graphics.
  • 42.97GB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Steam trading cards.
  • Graphics settings – output device, display mode, resolution, aspect ratio, v-sync, display area, brightness, and HDR.
  • Graphics quality – frame rate, presets, texture quality, shadow quality, model rendering, effect rendering, motion blur, reflection quality, global illumination, ambient occlusion, upscaling, anti-aliasing, display frame rate, variable rate shading, and AMD FSR 1.0 amd 2.0.
  • Full controller support.
  • Controller settings – Invert axis and sensitivity sliders as well as rebind controls.
  • Reticule settings – color, size, and opacity.
  • Cross-play support which is optional.
  • Male/female identity choices.
  • Links with your Capcom ID. (optional amd you get a gift)
  • Action shooter gameplay.
  • Character creator – preset head, face, hair, facial hair, makeup, scars, paint, and pilot suit color.
  • Opening tutorial section.
  • In-game cutscenes.
  • 3rd person views with full 360 camera control.
  • Can skip and fast-forward interactions and cutscenes.
  • You have a Battlepass-like progress system for your player level and each individual exosuit.
  • The game plays out where you are and a team of five and face off against another team of four except all you see of the enemy is their outline. It’s then a race to complete the same missions with a final mission showdown.
  • You get constant feedback on whether you are behind or in front of your opponents.
  • At any time you can change your exosuit.
  • Briefly see the enemy running around and fighting dinosaurs.
  • Three ways to play – PVP (enemy fight at the end mission), random (either), and PvE where you don’t fight the enemy team at the final mission.
  • The Watcher gives you a guided line to missions.
  • Final missions can be an escort of a cube to the goal scenario or a more full-on fighting one with many dinosaurs.
  • impressive on-screen amount of dinosaurs.
  • Full animated and still emote interactions wheel.
  • Earn and unlock in-game currency, exosuit skins, and weapon skins.
  • Modules allow you to equip and upgrade buffs. You can have up to 3 at a time.
  • Exosuits have one of three roles – attacker, support, and tank.
  • No friendly fire.
  • Earn awards and medals.
  • The MVP award is given at the end.
  • Satisfying gunplay with good feedback.
  • The story is told via cutscenes but they unlock as you do missions and play games.
  • Pick up materials from elite dinosaurs that let you craft things like turrets, platforms, or walls.
  • You can revive each other.
  • Mini maps and on-screen icons help the flow of the game.
  • Press a button to bring up the controls but also what abilities and weapons you have.
  • The more games you play the more new routes and locations open up.
  • Battlepass system is in the game with free and premium tiers.
  • It’s a game you can just play a few games and get what you want from it.
  • At times you will get special one-off missions complete with all-new cutscenes and stories.
  • Such a great feeling when you get new levels, locations, or missions.
  • Bots will take over from anyone who leaves.
  • It’s online only, no single-player.
  • New dinosaurs and Dino attacks come in over time. Dino attacks look incredible.
  • Cool collection of characters.
  • Plays as a brutal racing game in a way.
  • Has a strong pull and due to how short a game is the whole “one more go” mantra is life.
  • Simple easy-to-use ping system.

Exoprimal Review Cons:

  • Slow matchmaking in that you have to wait in a lobby and hear the same dialogue repeatedly.
  • It takes a lot of getting used to.
  • Very grindy especially in terms of new locations and unlocks.
  • Doesn’t offer a benchmark test for the graphics.
  • The way the story unfolds is a weird one as it’s over time and not as clear as you would like.
  • A few game modes don’t work like the final mission capture the points mode as the respawn is way too slow and it’s all way too chaotic.
  • Locations and modes repeat a lot.
  • The bots are not great.
  • No way to quit matchmaking.
  • Could do with a training section for each of the possible missions and tasks so you can get used to it and learn the flow.
  • You have no way to select certain locations or missions, it will always be random.
  • Weird having a Battlepass ready to go at launch.

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Developer: Capcom

Publisher: Capcom

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  • 8/10
    Graphics - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Sound - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Accessibility - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Length - 8/10
  • 9/10
    Fun Factor - 9/10

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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