Exoprimal Open Beta Test Sign Up

If you want to sign up for the Exoprimal open beta test and don’t know how to do it, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to lead you through the whole process, step by step. Don’t worry, it’s all pretty easy. Without any further ado, let’s begin, shall we?

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exoprimal open beta test sign up
Exoprimal Open Beta Test Sign Up

How to Sign Up for Exoprimal Open Beta Test

To sign up for the Exoprimal open beta test, the first step is to make a Capcom ID account on the official website. If you don’t have one already, of course. Either way, log into your Capcom ID account and scroll all the way down to the External accounts links option. From there you can link your Steam account or Xbox account or your PlayStation account. It’s a pretty simple process; just follow the on-screen instructions and you should be fine. After you’re done linking to your preferred platform, head to the Exoprimal Open Beta page on your respective store. Download it to your library (it’s free, at least on Steam) and then just wait to get the notification that the beta has gone live.

So, that’s basically how you sign up for the Exoprimal open beta test, which should kick off on March 16th at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET. That translates to March 17th for basically everyone east of the Atlantic, aka everywhere but the Americas. The beta is going to wrap up on March 19th / March 20th at the same time. After it’s done, you’ll get a survey that you’ll have to fill out. That’s what beta tests are for. Doing so will reward you with a download code that will arrive straight to the email you’ve used to make the Capcom ID account. Redeeming it when the full game launches will grant you the unique charm called Aibius Medal. That way, you’ll have in-game proof that you participated in the beta.

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