Biomutant Coming September 6 to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S – Trailer And New Version Details

Biomutant Coming September 6 to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S – Trailer And New Version Details
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Adventure action with role-playing elements Biomutant will be released on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles on September 6 this year. The corresponding announcement was shared by the publishing house THQ Nordic.

On new systems, Biomutant will retail for $39.99 / €39.99 / £34.99, depending on the region.

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In turn, all current owners of PS4 and Xbox One versions will be able to upgrade to improved editions for free. In addition, the transfer of accumulated progress through saved files will be available.

The developers name various technical improvements among the critical differences between Biomutant on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. In particular, we are talking about instant downloads, an upgrade of visual effects, and three new performance modes-emphasizing picture quality and frame rate.

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On PlayStation 5, the project should work like this: Graphics mode: 30 fps at 4K resolution; Frame rate unlocked graphics mode: 50-60 fps at 4K resolution; Performance Mode: 60 fps at 1440p.

Xbox Series X|S stats: Graphics Mode: 30 fps at 4K (Series X) and 1440p (Series S); Unlocked Graphics Mode: 50-60fps at 4K (Series X) and 1440p (Series S); Performance Mode: 60 fps at 1440p (Series X) and 1080p (Series S).

Recall that the launch of the original version of Biomutant took place last year. It’s an action role-playing game in an open world where players must create their mutant, decide on a unique gameplay style, and go on a dangerous adventure through the open world.

PS5 players also look forward to using DualSense features, including haptic feedback and adaptive trigger support. Motion controls and speaker audio are also prominent in the PlayStation version, and THQ Nordic says it also uses the game console’s Activity Maps feature.

It’s no secret that Biomutant will eventually make its way to PS5 and Xbox Series X.S, but fans have had to wait for something more severe since the game launched last May. Finally, today’s release date gives players an RPG they’re looking forward to this fall, so stay tuned by then.