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Biomutant, patch 1.5 available

Experimet 101 released patch 1.5 for Biomutant, an action-rpg that landed on PS4, Xbox One and PC last May. The development team said this patch aims to fix and change some ...
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Biomutant - Review

Four years have passed since the very first announcement of Biomutant. Unveiled in August 2017 and then presented at gamescom, the title immediately carved out a slice of fans thanks to the mix it presented ....
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Biomutant has a release date

Biomutant finally has an official release date. THQ Nordic has announced that the game will be available from next May 25 on PC, Xbox One and PS4. The title produced by Experiment 101, which was ...
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Biomutant, new gameplay video

After talking about it in our preview, Biomutant returns to show itself with a new gameplay video. Announced in August 2017 and initially expected in 2018, the game hasn't been talked about for a long time ...
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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 not yet providing 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 game we talked about the most, and the queue to try it in the consumer area was mammoth, ...
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Biomutant, published a gameplay trailer showing character creation, skill and world of ...

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

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

Microsoft will stop offering refunds for Cyberpunk 2077 starting from ...

After the return of Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store just a couple of days ago, Microsoft also decided to change its ...

Activision shareholders disagree on how much to pay the ...

In recent weeks, Activision Blizzard has submitted to its shareholders a document that each company submits annually to its board of directors: the say ...

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