After various leaks throughout the day, THQ Nordic and Experiment 101 - a team consisting of former Just Cause and Mad Max developers - have officially announced BioMutant, a post-apocalyptic action RPG set for release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC next year.
The story and its ending are both described as "unusual".
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Biomutant's existence had actually been leaked ahead of time thanks to publisher THQ Nordic mistakenly posting about it on their website ahead of time. Customization will be present and applicable across various aspects of the protagonist - which includes prosthetic parts and mutation/physical changes to offer greater power - and an automaton sidekick that is said to be a living robotic made of toys.
Interestingly it sounds like your choices can lead you down the path of a hero or a troublesome git out to make the world a hell of a lot more worse off. If you want, you can pre-order the Standard Edition or Collector's Edition for the PS4 via those Amazon links. If all of the above won you over, a collector's edition will be available for $119.99 which features a copy of the game, the OST, a figurine, A1 artwork on fabric, and a premium box.
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But perhaps I'm missing something. The ad showed a creature holding a melee weapon standing in front of a tropical environment.The ad also referred to BioMutant as a post-apocalyptic kung-fu fable. It's playable at Gamescom so hopefully we'll get to see some gameplay soon.
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