Is Exoprimal Single Player – Answered

Mechs vs. Dinos

Exoprimal, the new Capcom game where you pilot weird mechs and blast dinosaurs into smithereens is out in the wild and plenty of players are hopping in to defend whatever planet this takes place on. Is Exoprimal single-player? We have the answer for you below.

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Is Exoprimal Single Player – Answered

Exoprimal is not single-player. While the game has a storyline and cutscenes, the story is moved forward by playing online matches with other players.

Some game modes feature a PvP element towards the end, however, if you just want to shoot dinosaurs you can toggle the PvE option so you don’t have to square off against other players in matches.

You will always be playing with other players, though. The game has a tutorial match that you play alongside bots, but as of writing this, there is no way to only play against bots outside of the training mode.

So if you’re looking for a single-player campaign you will not find it with Exoprimal.

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We recommend giving it a go though, because it’s pretty low stakes and the matches are quick enough. If you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription you can play the game for no additional cost and see if it’s your jam.

Who knows, maybe you’ll be the newest Exofighter to go all the way, you never know until you try.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about if Exoprimal is single-player. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to stay right here at Prima Games. We’ve got everything you’ll need to be a dinosaur fighting machine. Check out if Exoprimal has crossplay, which is crucial if you want to play with friends and family on other platforms.

Exoprimal is currently available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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