Biomutant Atomic Edition and Collector’s Editions announced


After a long silence about their upcoming title Biomutant, THQ Nordic has taken the next step in teasing their upcoming title, which includes a Collector’s Edition of the game for $399.99 USD. It even got a snazzy little trailer.

While we’ve been eagerly awaiting news about a release date for Biomutant, we all know the game is well on its way, and that means our wait is almost over. With it scheduled to come out in “Late 2019” we can only assume this means Winter or… Well, early 2020 at the latest, which does mean it is still on its way.

In order to help us prepare for its launch, Biomutant: The Atomic Edition has been formally announced, and this premium edition isn’t some joke to be laughed at when it releases. For $399.99 USD, it’s packing a lot of content in one tiny box. So-much-so that THQ Nordic has released an official The Atomic Edition trailer.

First, let’s see what it comes with:

  • High Detail Diorama – 60cm/23″ long, 25cm/10″ width, 30cm/12″ height
  • Biomutant Game
  • Steelbook
  • T-Shirt in L/XL
  • Oversized Mousepad 80cm/31″ x 35cm/14″
  • Artwork on Fabric A1 size
  • Premium Box

As you can see above, it’s beautiful, and there’s no doubt about why it costs as much as it does. After all, this game looks insanely fun, creative, and unique. But, if $399.99 is a bit much for you two chew on, they’ve released a Biomutant Collector’s Edition preorder as well, which runs for $119.99.

You can check out its contents below as well:

  • Game Biomutant
  • Game hero figurine
  • Artwork on Fabric A1 size
  • Soundtrack
  • Premium Box

Biomutant is set to release in Late 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can pre-order today at or at participating retailers.

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