How to sign up for the Exoprimal closed network test

Capcom's newest shooter will be playable soon.

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During yesterday’s Capcom Showcase, the publishers revealed a new dinosaur/mech co-op third-person shooter called Exoprimal. The game focuses on PvE gameplay that has players fighting alongside a party of other players to take down hordes of dinosaurs that spawn out of the sky. During the reveal for Exoprimal, Capcom showcased a trailer that featured polished graphics and gameplay, leading some players to get excited ahead of its release in 2023. Luckily for those fans, they won’t have to wait until its release date to potentially play Exoprimal, since the game will hold a closed network test.

Capcom did not release any kind of date or even timeframe for when the closed network test could take place. But it did give fans some insight into how they can be ready for the test whenever it does arrive. In this guide, we’ll go over how you can exactly sign up for the Exoprimal closed network test.

Signing up for the Exoprimal closed network test

As of right now, there’s only one way to sign up for the closed network test. This can be done on the Exoprimal website by scrolling down slightly and pressing the red “Closed Network Test website” box. This will bring you to another page with another red box that you will need to click. Here, you can start the closed network test entry submission process.

Pressing that button brings you to a separate website where you need to enter your age, country of residence, and enter your Capcom account information. If you don’t have a Capcom account, you can sign up for one on the spot and return to the page and enter that information. You will need to verify your account email first, though, so make sure to use an active email account. Once your account is entered, the process will be complete.

At this time, it’s unclear how Capcom will pick players for the closed network test, if they will at all. It’s possible that just by signing up, you will gain entry to the test. But since it does specify a “closed” test, there will likely be some kind of entry barrier to get into Exoprimal for the first time. Capcom should specify how to exactly gain access to the test as its release date draws closer. The company should also reveal the game’s actual release date near this time as well.