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Here are 20 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from Biomutant

At Gamescom 2019, THQ Nordic presented a new gameplay demo for Biomutant. Thus, below you can find a video showing 20 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from that demo.

This video showcases the game’s character creator, its open-world environment, as well as its martial-arts combat system. Moreover, we get to see some of the abilities that the main character can use, as well as some quests.

In case you weren’t aware of, BioMutant is an open-word, post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG. The game will also come with a unique martial arts combat system. Thanks to this system, players will be able to mix melee, shooting and mutant ability action.

The game’s martial arts style combat system promises to allow players maximum freedom of movement and agility while mixing shooting, melee and powers from their mutations. Players will be able to recode their genetic structure to change the way they look and play.

Moreover, the game aims to let player mix and match parts to create their own unique single- or double-handed slash, crush and pierce melee weapons. Players will also have full freedom when equipping their character (not only when it comes to choosing weapons they created, but also what type of gear they wear).

Biomutant currently targets a 2019, though there isn’t any specific release date yet.

Enjoy!

Biomutant - Gameplay Demo Gamescom 2019 [HD 1080P]

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