Just before the often delayed Biomutant The THQ Nordic publisher has finally given us another look at its game, after the recent combat trailer and the game trailer from 2020. This is another small taste of the game, mainly to show the look and performance of the game on the three systems it launches at launch.
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Fortunately, Biomutant continues to make a good impression on PC. You can almost smell the clear mountain air and feel the fresh grass under your character’s feet in the vibrant world of Biomutant. Also in combat, captured like the rest of the images in 4K at 60 FPS, the performance of the game seems stable. However, it is worth noting that generally images like this are captured on nearby platforms, but sometimes exceed the recommended specifications. Biomutant recommends no more than a modest mid-range PC (AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or Intel Core i7-6700Krunning at 3.2 GHz or higher, 16 GB RAM, GeForce GTX 1660Ti or Radeon RX 590), so if performance in 4K is as stable as shown remains to be seen.
Most importantly, the game still looks fun, as your mutant weaves between enemies and fluidly chains combos. Biomutant promises a lot of variety thanks to manipulable weapons, mutant powers and a large number of attacks, which offer you a number of options on how to deal with your fellow mutants, who are as spoiled as they are dangerous.