Exoprimal is the latest live-service game headed for extinction as player count dwindles

Exoprimal is the latest live-service game headed for extinction as player count dwindles

Capcom’s futuristic dinosaur hunter Exoprimal looks headed for extinction as the player count on Steam has plummeted significantly.

Released on July 14th, Exoprimal‘s lure of fighting prehistoric foes with a variety of mechs initially proved to be a hit on the platform, achieving a high of over 4,500 concurrent players.


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