THQ Nordic has released gameplay from the Experiment 101-developed action-adventure Biomutant coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 25.
The gameplay highlights raw capture from all platforms. The publisher confirmed that next-gen console performance capture would be shared next week.
Here are the bullet points for the different versions:
- Our PC footage runs 4k at 60FPS (the PC version will not be capped framerate-wise, except for your monitor’s refresh rate and hardware)
- Xbox One Base runs 1080p at 30FPS with Dynamic Resolution
- PlayStation 4 Base runs 1080p at 30FPS with Dynamic Resolution
- Xbox One X runs 1080p at 60FPS with Dynamic Resolution
- PlayStation 4 Pro runs 1080p at 60FPS with Dynamic Resolution
Biomutant features a branching narrative based on the player’s decisions, which will dictate the game’s story direction. As the world is affected by a natural disaster and becomes more unlivable, the player must fight to save the Tree of Life. During gameplay, players will need to seek out the roots of the tree and fight off anything that threatens them. The game also has a Karma system based on the player’s actions.
The game has been delayed several times in the past, but the developer has been working on releasing the game with a level of quality. However, the missing PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X releases are alarming, yet, refreshing to see that they stuck to focusing on the current consoles they’ve been developing instead of worrying about ports.
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