Exoprimal End Support

Roughly one year after its release on PS5 and PS4, Capcom has announced that it's ending support for Exoprimal. To be clear, the action-shooter will remain online and nothing's getting taken away from players — but there won't be any new content coming beyond the end of Season 4, which cuts off on the 11th July. After that date, Capcom will simply rotate the game back through its previous seasons.

"Thank you for playing Exoprimal. With the release of Title Update 4, all planned Exoprimal seasonal content has been finished," writes the developer in an official statement. "After Season 4, which concludes on July 11th, Season 1 will return. From there, a new season will begin on the first of each month. In addition, Season Passes 1-3 will be available for sale again. This will allow players to obtain items from all seasons."

Again, Capcom stresses that nothing is being removed from the experience: "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. 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."

Exoprimal enjoyed good-but-not-great reviews at launch, although a lot of players were quick to point out just how fun it was to actually play. Still, it felt like a relatively niche release — especially when compared to Capcom's other well-known properties — and this decision to end new content support, having delivered on its planned seasons, suggests that the game never really attracted an audience beyond its core fans.

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