THQ Nordic shows new Biomutant gameplay on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S

If you already have Biomutant on PlaySation 4 or Xbox One, you can upgrade to the new version for FREE and take your save files and achievements with you.

THQ Nordic is excited to share new gameplay footage of the popular post-apocalyptic open world RPG, biomutantcaptured on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, and which will be released on those platforms on September 6.

For the first time, users of these platforms will be able to experience the incredible story of Biomutant and its vast world, smoother and more beautiful than ever! enjoying blazing-fast load times, native 4k resolution, HDR support, and up to 60 FPS.

Biomutant will be available at an RRP of €39.99. Owners of the Xbox One / PlayStation 4 versions will be able to get their hands on it via a free upgrade to the enhanced version and even make use of their saved games and transfer of achievements/trophies.

PlayStation 5 technical details:

The native PlayStation 5 version features faster load times, HDR, as well as DualSense and activity card support. Players will be able to choose between three different modes:

  • Quality mode: Native 4K (with dynamic resolution) at a stable 30 FPS
  • Performance Mode: Native 1440p (with dynamic resolution) at a stable 60 FPS
  • Sloppy Quality: Native 4K (with dynamic resolution) at 60 FPS

Xbox Series X details:

The native Xbox Series X version offers even faster load times and HDR support. Players will be able to choose between three different modes:

  • Quality mode: Native 4K (with dynamic resolution) at a stable 30 FPS
  • Performance Mode: Native 1440p (with dynamic resolution) at a stable 60 FPS
  • Sloppy Quality: Native 4K (with dynamic resolution) at 60 FPS

Xbox Series S details:

The native Xbox Series S version offers even faster load times and HDR support. Players will be able to choose between three different modes:

  • Quality Mode: Native 1440p (with dynamic resolution) @ stable 30 FPS
  • Performance Mode: Native 1080p (with dynamic resolution) at a stable 60 FPS
  • Scruffy Quality: Native 1440p (at dynamic resolution) @ up to 60 FPS

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