Exoprimal beta access
How to get Exoprimal beta access (Image via Capcom)

Capcom is not yet settling down after developing the much anticipated Resident Evil 4 remake. Exoprimal is the other project Capcom is working on which is set to be released in a few months.

Exoprimal is an upcoming third-person shooter, that is a multiplayer game. You will fight hordes of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures with other players. But there is a twist- all the creatures are mutated in a certain way and love destruction, but you will also have to fight other players. It is up to you how to fight them and win. It is a player vs player vs environment game.

But fans have something more to be excited about. Capcom will also be holding an open beta for you to try. In this article, we will be listing all the points to keep in mind for the Exoprimal beta. We will also be listing the system requirements for this game.

Exoprimal: How to access beta, release date, and system requirements

Timing and how to access the open beta for Exoprimal

Exoprimal (Image via Sony State of Play)

Capcom will conduct the open beta test for Exoprimal on March 17, 2023, from 12 PM UTC (8 AM EDT) till March 19, 2023, 11:59 PM (7:59 AM EDT). The timings are variable and may change depending on the situation.

You can access the beta from all the platforms the game will be released on – PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

To play the open beta, you have to sign in with a Capcom ID and link it to your desired platform. For example, if you are a PC user, make a Capcom account if you do not have one and link it to your Steam ID. Then you can access the beta from Steam itself.

Official release date of Exoprimal

After its official announcement during Sony’s State of Play Livestream in March 2022, fans have been looking forward to its release. After its open beta, Capcom announced that the game will be released on July 14, 2023.

As mentioned earlier, the platforms it will be releasing on are- PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. It will also be included in Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Plus.

System requirements for Exoprimal

The system requirements for Exoprimal are already released on Steam. The game needs an intermediate-level PC with decent specs to run smoothly at 60fps.

As seen on Steam, the system requirements are:


Operating System Windows 10 20H2 (64bit)
Processor Intel Core i5-7500 / AMD Ryzen 3 1200
Memory (RAM) 8 GB
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB VRAM / AMD Radeon RX 560 with 4GB VRAM
DirectX version 12
Network Broadband
Storage 50 GB
Estimated Performance 1080p/30 fps with frame drops in intensive scenes



Operating System Windows 10 20H2 OR Windows 11(64bit)
Processor Intel Core i7-8700K / AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
Memory (RAM) 16 GB
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 / AMD Radeon RX 590
DirectX version 12
Network Broadband
Storage 50 GB
Estimated Performance 1080p/60 fps with frame drops in intensive scenes


Exoprimal beta: Final Thoughts

The open beta is a great way to introduce the players to an upcoming game. There is a lot of content on the open beta. You can try the tutorial, or even go to live matches. Pitted against another team and stray big creatures, you can experience the game at its full potential already. There will also be several missions to try and maps to explore. Thus you can look forward to it.

This was everything you needed to know about the Exoprimal open beta, its release date, and the system requirements.

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Souhardya Choudhury is a veteran musician and an audio engineer but has now been writing as a hobby for a long time. He is currently pursuing Media Science and Film Making as his major. He also considers himself a hardcore gamer as souls games like Elden Ring, Sekiro, and Dark Souls series are his go-to genre for gaming. RPG open-world games come next.