In Exoprimal, there are both traditional dinosaurs and neosaurs, which have special powers that make them even scarier.
The people who made the Street Fighter games are now working on something totally different. On July 14, 2023, the dinosaur survival game Exoprimal will be released. In Exoprimal, players wear high-tech suits and try to stop endless waves of animals from Earth’s past.
The addition of Neosaurs is one thing that makes Exoprimal different from other dinosaur games. Due to high amounts of exposure to unstable energy, these monsters’ bodies have changed in big ways. Because of this, each of these scary versions of well-known prehistoric animals presents its own unique task.
Raptors are one of the dinosaurs in Exoprimal that have been touched the most. There are many versions of the famous dinosaur in Exoprimal, and each one is just as scary as the others. The first one, the Umbral Neosaur, can fully disappear into the ground to stay out of harm’s way.
The Umbral Neosaur can become its own shadow and hide under the water. This makes it hard to see them and also protects them from any attack from the outside. These Neosaurs will stay underwater until they find a target, at which point they will break the surface and launch a powerful attack.
Some kinds of Raptors will go extinct, while others will do anything they can to get as close as they can. The Gas Neosaur is a kamikaze-style version of the Raptor. You can tell it apart from other Raptors by the huge growth on its back. This growth is full of a gas that, when it goes off, will do a lot of damage.
When it comes to Gas Neosaurs, the plan is simple: stay as far away as possible. Those who can’t keep enough distance between the player and the Gas Neosaur risk being in the area of the explosion when the beast blows itself up, which can be very dangerous.
Sniper Neosaurs don’t usually get close to their targets, but that doesn’t mean they won’t give players a hard time. Sniper Neosaurs don’t act at all like their Gas peers. Instead, they will do everything they need to do to keep a safe distance from their target.
A Sniper will use the purple growth on its body in the same way as any other marksman on the battlefield to make weapons that could kill. If they think a danger is getting too close, they will warp to another location, so it seems like players will have to beat them at their own stealthy game.
Even without superpowers, the idea of being chased by a flying dinosaur is scary enough, but the Pteranodon has two cousins that have changed and can do amazing things. The first one, the Evoker Neosaur, won’t directly fight players, but it will lead an army and tell other Pteranodons to do what it wants.
The Evoker Neosaur can make vortices that normal Pteranodons can come out of. With the troops they just got, they will send out orders to attack and kill their enemies. Even though these Neosaurs aren’t the most immediate threat, players would be smart to go after them first to stop the run of Pteranodons before they get too many.
Pyro Neosaur In Exoprimal
The Pyro Neosaur is a mix of a mythical phoenix and a dinosaur phoenix. This altered Pteranodon is covered in flames and will be a fiercely impressive sight from the air.
As expected, the Pyro Neosaur makes its attacks from the sky, where it feels most at home. To get rid of the threat, players will need to keep their aim steady and avoid the flaming weapons it throws at its enemies.
A normal Ankylosaurus is almost hard to get through, but Tunnel Rush players should be safe as long as they stay away from its hammer-like tail. But the Neo Ankylosaurus will be a problem no matter how close or far away it is.
The Neo Ankylosaurus can make an earthen wall that can stop almost any attack from an enemy. Even worse for players, it can fire deadly weapons from its back and tail that explode on impact, doing a lot of damage to its targets and anyone else in the blast’s range.
As it moves through time and space, the smallest dinosaur in Exoprimal gets a sneaky update. With the extra benefit of being able to turn invisible, it can almost never be seen until it grabs its prey.
Neosaurs that can hide can get around walls made of energy to reach their target. If a player isn’t lucky enough to get away from this Neosaur, it will give them an electric shock that will make them helpless for a short time.
Like the other type of Sinornithosaurus, the Cryo Neosaur attacks its enemies in sneaky ways. This Neosaur can blend in with other dinosaur packs and shoot deadly frozen lances at their prey from a long distance.
The Cryo Neosaur can also use its ice-type skills to help it in other ways. It can make copies of itself out of ice so it doesn’t end up in a player’s crosshairs, and it will do whatever it can to confuse and throw off any enemies.
Neo T. Rex
Due to the high levels of energy in space-time, the lizard king of the prehistoric age is even more dangerous in Exoprimal. From the change comes a beautiful beast with skills that are simply amazing.
The Neo T. Rex fires strong lasers that tear up the ground and anything else in its way. Also, they can send out powerful shockwaves from their bodies that can knock enemies off their feet. Like a true ruler, it can also call other Neosaurs to do what it wants. The Neo T. Rex seems to be the hardest enemy in Exoprimal for players who are strong enough to face it head-on.