Game news PS5 / Xbox Series: one of the good surprises of 2021 is coming, a trailer and info
Biomutant, does that mean anything to you? The colorful action-RPG released last year has just been confirmed on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. With, as a bonus, a trailer and information galore.
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It was after years and years of development that the Experiment 101 studio, created by former Avalanche (Just Cause), finally gave birth to Biomutant : a very ambitious first game for this company which is still very fresh and which, failing to have established itself as a real must-have, has nevertheless made an impression for its great ideas.
We then embodied a character within an ultra-colorful post-apocalyptic universe, populated by anthropomorphic animals and above all armed to the teeth. Whether with knives or firearms, the adventure offered us the opportunity to get involved in a nervous action-RPG with large narrative components: it had notably collected the score of 15/20 in our columns when it was released on May 25, 2021.
The developers will therefore have the opportunity to present their project once again under even better auspices: that of the new generation, represented by the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series.
Biomutant on PS5 and Xbox, it’s now official
It is therefore with a dedicated trailer that THQ Nordic announced the news : Biomutant will arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on September 6, 2022, at a price of 39.99 euros. However, the upgrade will be free if you already own the game on PS4 or Xbox One.
So, what’s new on the program? First of all, a nice technical enhancement with three modes on the program on PS5: Quality mode (native 4K, 30 frames per second), Unbridled Quality mode (dynamic 4K, framerate between 50 and 60 frames per second on average) and performance mode (definition in 1440p with a framerate locked at 60 frames per second).
On Xbox Series, there will also be Quality mode (native 4K and 30 frames per second on Series X, or 1440p on Series S), Unbridled Quality mode (dynamic 4K, framerate between 50 and 60 fps average / 1440p on Xbox Series S) and performance mode (definition in 1440p with a framerate stuck at 60 frames per second / 1080p on Xbox Series S).
We will also have reduced loading times, as well as HDR compatibility. In short, enough to (re)discover the title in better conditions.