Capcom’s upcoming co-op dinosaur shooter, which is due out this year for PC and consoles, could be getting an open beta soon.​

With the likes of Street Fighter 6 and the Resident Evil 4 remake in the pipeline, Capcom has no shortage of massive new games set to launch in 2023- though that’s not all the Japanese company has loaded in the chamber. Though not as high profile as the aforementioned titles, co-op dino shooter Exoprimal is another one of Capcom’s new games primed to release this year, and players could soon get a chance to go hands on with it.

An open beta of Exoprimal could soon be headed out way. Automated Twitter page @psnrelease2, which tracks the PlayStation Network backend and any and all updates made to it, recently reported that an open beta of the game was recently uploaded to PSN in Japan for the PS4.

Capcom has yet to make an official announcement regarding this, but given the game’s multiplayer-centric nature, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see it getting an open beta ahead of its launch- and presumably, it will be available for all platforms, not just the PS4.

Exoprimal is in development for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.