Biomutant Releases New Unedited Gameplay Footage for PC, PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One X

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One of the most hyped games for the month of May is the action RPG game, Biomutant. Developed by THQ Nordic and 101 Experiments, the title involves fans playing as mammalian warriors against mutated animals. The developers have been showcasing trailers that highlighted the game’s sere environment and the martial arts influenced fighting mechanisms.

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Recently, the game released new unedited gameplay footage that showcases some of its characters. Other than that, it also gives players a chance to see the difference in the performance and the visuals of the game on different platforms.

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Biomutant performance on PC, Xbox One and PS4

The three trailers showcase gameplay of players controlling three different animals, who are trying to find a way into Hopehall. For the PC version, the footage showcases a Panda traversing through some beautiful environments. The game is at its best in the PC version, as it plays on 4K. The footage is capped at 60 FPS, but in the game, fans can keep it uncapped and play with the best experience possible.

For the Xbox One and PS4 variant, the experience is at its lowest. The footage is at 1080P resolution, and it performs at 30 FPS with Dynamic Resolution. Along with that, fans can notice the performance lose a lot of its crispiness from the PC variant. Other than that, the visuals also look less visceral compared to the jaw-dropping 4K visuals. But even then, it plays well for the system, and fans can definitely have a great experience playing Biomutant.

Performance on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X

Finally, the developers at THQ Nordic and 101 Experiments also showcased the gameplay for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. The footage in this variant is at the same 1080p resolution like the base consoles, but it performs at 60 FPS with Dynamic Resolution.

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Here the performance is obviously better than the base version, but it also has a slight downgrade from the PC variant. The developers have revealed no details about the PS5 and the Xbox Series X versions. But fans can expect to see performance akin to the PC version.

The visuals are stunning, and the movement and fighting techniques look flawless as well. The game releases on May 25, 2021, and fans should definitely buy it if they want to play as a cool mammalian warrior.

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