Biomutant Is Going Fully Next-Gen This September


The next-gen update for Biomutant is almost here with Biomutant players getting the new features in September

In an interesting twist of things, it looks as if Biomutant will officially be going next-gen on September 6th with a new update for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. Not that you could not play the game on those systems already, but this will allow you to see just how Experiment 101 and THQ Nordic wanted the game to look and feel on these systems when the game first launched. Something that might have helped with the rocky launch, but now all of us Biomutant fans will have a reason to head back out there with our Kung-Fu master rodents and try to save the world from all of the horrible things that will be coming its way once more. That will be the way I am going to look at it for now.

With this update, Biomutant will finally run at a native 4K and up to 60 fps depending on the mode we choose to go in with. There are also some faster loading times promised up as well as some of the new hardware features of the PS5 getting some little extras too. None of which seems to be focusing in on what some of the gamers out there had issue with, but maybe it will help distract from those little blemishes when it comes. It is a free update for any that already own Biomutant on the Xbox One and PS4, so that is nothing to scoff at here. Just be glad that we can finally get the game in the same way that those PC gamers had way back at launch.

Biomutant — PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X|S Announcement

Life… finds a way to current-gen. Biomutant is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on September 6, 2022.

Experience the vibrant world of Biomutant in native 4K, up to 60 FPS, and even faster loading times on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and up to 1440p on Xbox Series S.

Choose between Quality, Quality Unleashed, and Performance on all consoles and mutate your game on PlayStation 5 with DualSense and Activity Card support.

If you already own Biomutant on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you can upgrade FOR FREE and bring your old save files with you.

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, and 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!

How did you feel about the initial launch for Biomutant and were you able to enjoy it more than most of the haters out there? Do you think you will get a better experience out of these updates or will it just be a shiny distraction from the gameplay loop? Could we see other massive updates to the game down the line and shape it closer to the title that many fans have been looking for since it was announced? Feel free to sound off in the comments below and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish to. We will keep sharing all that we can for Biomutant as it flows out there. Please keep checking back in on the site for all of that and everything else that we will have to offer up along the way.