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Exoprimal Could Add Dino Crisis Content If There’s Enough Demand

Exoprimal, the latest dinosaur-slaying multiplayer action game from Capcom, recently launched to decent reviews. Despite its underwhelming launch, the company is already planning plenty of crossover content such as the upcoming Street Fighter collaboration set to arrive soon. Capcom hasn’t laid out an extensive roadmap for Exoprimal yet but the game’s director is open to the idea of adding Dino Crisis content if there’s a high enough demand for it.

Speaking to Siliconera in a recent interview, Exoprimal director Takuro Hiraoka was asked if the game would eventually see a crossover with another popular dinosaur-themed Capcom game, Dino Crisis. “Leviathan is the type of entity that will go to any means to collect a variety of useful combat data,” said Hiraoka in response. “If there’s enough demand from players, Leviathan very well could make this a reality.”

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Needless to say, there’s already a pretty high demand for Dino Crisis content from fans but it’s not for an Exoprimal collaboration. Since Capcom began remaking its Resident Evil games in the impressive RE Engine, fans have been requesting a remake of Dino Crisis in the same fashion. Both Resident Evil and Dino Crisis are similar survival horror franchises but the latter involves players taking on hordes of dinosaurs instead of the undead.

Capcom may have its hands full at the moment with Exoprimal, Pragmata, Dragon’s Dogma 2 and the much-speculated Resident Evil 9 and next mainline Monster Hunter, so it might be a long wait before a full remake of Dino Crisis is even put on the table, if at all.

If Exoprimal does move ahead with a Dino Crisis crossover, hopefully Capcom sees the huge interest in reviving the dormant Dino Crisis IP and gives fans a bit more than a collaboration in another game. If anything, the company will certainly look better than Ubisoft and its obsession with putting Splinter Cell in every new game that isn’t Splinter Cell.

Exoprimal is currently available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Make sure you read our full review.

Source: Siliconera

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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