We are working on an update of #Biomutant, which we hope will reach the hands of players soon. We will most likely be able to deliver the update to PC platforms first and then to consoles. The update will include bug fixes and changes based on community feedback.May 29, 2021
The developers of Experiment101 have announced that they are working on a Biomutant update, of course, which "they hope to get into the hands of players soon". The update will include work on some of the most persistent bugs in the community, such as "dialog pace, narrator settings, difficulty settings, video settings such as depth of field, and motion blur. , enemy loot and tuning, as well as sound and combat ".
The strange rhythm of dialogue, as well as the persistent and constant narration, have been key notes of many players. While you can reject the narrator's constant conversation, you can't turn it off.
The key for some people, myself included, is the promise to change video settings, such as depth of field and motion blur. Some people don’t like it. I don't like them. For now, you can look for some modifications to change them.they are already there.
Reviewer James Davenport found that Biomutant had a lovely world, but with a dull game, in our review. "The biomutant feels like it will be a lot more," he said, "but in practice it's an endless stream of new ideas going nowhere and beautiful toxic landscapes with little to offer, except an excuse to use photo mode."
Still, James gave some interesting tips to get the most out of Biomutant.
We’re working on the pace of the dialogues, the setting of the narrator, the setting of the difficulty, the setting of the video as the depth of field and motion blur, the loot and the enemy focus, as well as the sound and combat.May 29, 2021