Biomutant is almost here and Experiment 101 takes us through a detailed explanation of their upcoming epic kungfu title, which will take players through a vast open world to explore, multiple combat encounters, and plenty more starting next week.
As Experiment 101’s upcoming kung-fu RPG or Wung-Fu title, Biomutant, prepares for launch Stefan Ljungqvist, art, and creative director at Experiment 101, has opened up about what to expect from the upcoming title, which includes how character customization, combat, weapons, crafting, the different tribes, mutations, and plenty more will work when the game comes out.
Llungqvist explains that the game is more like, “Zelda: Breath of the Wild I guess,”but he does say based on feedback, they also get a “kind of a strange, weird, good mix between Ratchet and Clank, Devil May Cry, Batman: Arkham.”
However, if you are guessing you will have to repair Biomutant’s weapons – you won’t. Llungvist explains that broken things, “will never diminish in terms of their material qualities, like Zelda, for example.”
Alongside revealing how the flow of gameplay will feel, Llungqvist explains that their world is huge, totaling 8×8 kilometers or just under 4 miles for fans to explore, and that it’s going to be “filled with a lot of weird events and fun things to find. Some of that exploration includes working with the tribes by uniting them and working with them throughout your adventure.
Of course, you can team up with Light or Dark tribes, to either save the Tree of Life or bring it down with the dark tribes. You can change your allegiances later if you do decide to, “representation of the world either going under or the world surviving.”
You can check out the full trailer down below for a full rundown of what to expect:
Biomutant is set to release on May 25th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and will be playable on next-gen consoles via backward compatibility.
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