Publisher THQ Nordic announced Biomutant’s PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series upgrades are coming in September and will add new graphics options.
Biomutant is finally getting a free upgrade for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S later this fall, complete with enhanced graphics and new features. This action role-playing game was released last May and puts players in the role of a fully customizable traveler and their loyal cyborg companion in a post-apocalyptic world. colorful with mutant animals – a striking departure from some of the development team’s previous work on the Just Cause game. In addition to selecting species and their archetypes, Biomutant allows players to choose their own moral fit through a Light/Dark Aura system shaped by the decisions they make when they passed a mission.
Despite this odd name and the inspiration the game draws from previous open-world RPG blockbusters like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Biomutant has been met with lukewarm reviews due to its mechanical gameplay. iterations and puzzle gameplay – although the game sold extremely well in countries like Japan and the UK when it was first released. There weren’t any major DLC expansions for Biomutant other than the additional Mercenary character class that was made available shortly after the launch of the base game, with developer Experiment 101 and publisher THQ Nordic instead. focused on raising Biomutant’s experience cap and adding an option to turn off voiceovers in Biomutant.
A new update has just been announced by publisher THQ Nordic for Biomutant, revealing that the game will receive an upgrade for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on September 6. Players who have already purchased the version. Biomutant’s PS4 or Xbox One will be able to download this upgrade for free and keep their old game saves, while new players will still have to purchase the title. As expected with a leap to the more advanced hardware of the current generation, these new versions of Biomutant will add three new graphics settings: Quality, which runs the game at 30fps. at 4k resolution (or 1440p on the less powerful Xbox Series S), Quality Unleashed, which averages around 50-60 fps at 4k max resolution (or 1440p on Series S), and Performance, up 60fps is locked at 1440p (or 1080p on the Series S). In addition, the PS5 version of Biomutant will bring some additional features such as PS5 DualSense Haptic Feedback support and a PS-specific Activity Card. A trailer for the upcoming Biomutant upgrade has also been posted on the THQ Nordic YouTube channel, and you can watch it below.
As most gamers are still transitioning from the previous PS4/Xbox One generation to the newer PS5/Xbox Series, some developers are offering free upgrades to some of their titles. on the latest generation consoles. Some of these already have major downloadable updates, such as Cyberpunk 2077’s recent Patch 1.5 update, which is seen as a huge improvement over the original release. Others have grabbed indie names like Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (offered as a bonus with the PS5 version of Spider-Man: Miles Morales) or Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (a PS5 remake of Uncharted 4) : A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy).
It looks like Biomutant will be the latest game to make the leap to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, complete with better graphics and support for new features like Haptic Feedback. The original Biomutant has been a rich and colorful experience on PS4 and Xbox One, and players will now be able to experience THQ Nordic’s fuzzy adventures in a brand new platform this September. .