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Biomutant: the release remains confirmed for 2020

Experiment 101, the software house responsible for the development of Biomutant, has confirmed that the launch of the game is still scheduled for 2020, although it does not yet provide a precise release date. "We know you are ...

[gamescom 2019] Biomutant - Preview

During last year's gamescom, Biomutant made a bang, starting from nothing. It was undoubtedly the most talked about game, and the row to try it in the consumer area was mammoth, ...

Biomutant, published a gameplay trailer showing character creation, skill and world of ...

At the gamescom 2019, THQ Nordic presented a new Biomutant gameplay video lasting twenty minutes. This video shows the character creation, the game world and the combat system based ...

Biomutant, shown the character editor

Biomutant is the next open world of Experiment 101. Originally the game was revealed at Gamescom last year, but recently we had more information from studio director Stefan Ljungqvist, who spoke ...

Darksiders III and Biomutant, moving against the trend of safety

Two of the most important releases of THQ Nordic's 2018 will be available without DRM on GOG at dayone. It's an unusual move: at a time when DRMs are increasingly important for ...

Blackmagic Design Announces Blackmagic Camera Update 6.9

Blackmagic Camera 6.9 update adds studio camera features such as remote control, tally and DaVinci color corrector to Blackmagic Pocket Cinema CameraFREMONT, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Blackmagic ...

Blackmagic Design Announces New ATEM Mini Pro

Powerful new model adds a new hardware streaming engine via Ethernet, recording to USB flash disks and new multiview for monitoring all cameras! FREMONT, Calif .-- (BUSINESS ...

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