Biomutant lands on September 6 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S

Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Experiment 101 are bringing Biomutant to current generation consoles on September 6. The title is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S and people who already own a copy on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can upgrade to the new versions for free on their respective platforms; they can transfer their save files. Standalone copies of the PS5 and Xbox Series versions will cost $39.99 / €39.99 / £34.99.

Both versions will support faster loading times, a native 4K resolution, HDR support, and framerates that can go up to 60FPS, depending on three different graphic modes; Xbox Series S only supports up to 1440p as well.

PlayStation 5 technical details:

Choose between three different graphic modes
• Quality: 30 fps @ 4k resolution
• Quality Unleashed: 40+ fps, averaging 50-60 fps, up to 4k resolution
• Performance: 60 fps locked @ 1440p

Biomutant on the PS5 unleashes not only framerates but also the power of the DualSense. Feel even more immersed with haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, motion control, and speaker sound. On top of that, the PlayStation-exclusive Activity Cards will also offer a variety of different ways to jump straight back into Biomutant. If you already own the PlayStation 4 version, you will be able to upgrade to this enhanced version for free and you can even bring those delicious PS4 save files with you!

Xbox Series S/X technical details:

On Xbox Series X, Biomutant offers native 4k resolution with up to 60 FPS, the Xbox Series S offers a 1440p resolution and up to 60 FPS as well.
These are the three different graphic modes:
• Quality: 30 fps @ 4k resolution (1440p on Series S)
• Quality Unleashed: 40+ fps, avg. 50-60 fps, up to 4k resolution (1440p on Series S)
• Performance: 60 fps locked @ 1440p (1080p on Series S)

If you already own the Xbox One version you will be able to upgrade to this visually enhanced version for free and you can even bring those juicy Xbox One save files with you!

We last checked in on Biomutant last August when it surpassed over 1 million units sold within one week of its initial launch. George Foster wasn't so hot on it when they initially reviewed Biomutant in May 2021, though the title has seen various patches to iron out some of its flaws since then.

Check out the new trailer of Biomutant running on current generation platforms.

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