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Biomutant: Game Length Revealed


Biomutant is an upcoming ARPG that has a lot of people excited, and we now know how long fans will take to finish it.

This upcoming open-world third-person game is set to be released on the 25th of this month and there is increasing hype about the game as more details are revealed.

A few details we know so far is that the storyline revolves around Cats. Cats with swords and guns and some sick Kung-fu moves.

In Biomutant you play as a mammalian warrior in a world filled with mutated animals. Your character is completely customizable, many characteristics, such as sex, length, body shape and thickness, hair, and fangs, may be modified.

On release, Biomutant will be available on Steam, GOG, PS4, and Xbox One. The game was supposed to be released in 2019, but it was delayed to allow the developers to “fix bugs without crunching.”

The developer has described the game as a “post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG.” We also know that there is a deep crafting system for making new weapons and armour. Also, you can find random junk lying around in the game and use it to craft weapons including Swords, staffs, rifles, pistols, etc.

Fresh physical and ‘Psy’ skills will be discovered by the players. The “mutant” aspect of Biomutant refers to your cat’s proclivity for gaining new abilities after being exposed to post-apocalyptic wastelands.

Biomutant: Game Length Revealed

We now know from a recent interview that Biomutant’s diverse locations will cater to both those who enjoy narrative as well as exploration fiends. The developer mentioned that there are two play-styles to remember when it comes to the game’s duration.

A “rushed” playthrough can last from 12-15 hours. That is for those players who only play story missions and don’t engage with anything else, such as Biomutant’s weapon building function. This involves skipping dialogue and side quests, as well as proceeding directly to any goals.

Biomutant will provide players with more than 65 hours of gameplay if they want to complete side quests and spend time exploring the game’s open-world biomes according to Experiment 101.

They reportedly measured this by using a team member that played through the open-world game. This could have many different variables and is not really an accurate representation, but it does give fans a rough idea of how long they will spend in the game.

As the release date of Biomutant approaches, there will undoubtedly be a flurry of news about details for this enticing Kung-Fu adventure, and you can bet we’ll be there to bring you the latest information, so stay tuned.