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Here are ten minutes of gameplay footage from Biomutant

Back in February 2020, Experiment 101 stated that it is still working on its upcoming open-world action RPG, Biomutant. And today, during the Summer of Gaming 2020 event, the team revealed ten minutes of gameplay footage from the game’s latest build.

BioMutant is an open-word, post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG. The game will feature a unique martial arts styled combat system which will allow you to mix melee, shooting and mutant ability action.

According to the developers, Biomutant’s martial arts style combat system promises to allow players maximum freedom of movement and agility. Moreover, players will be able to recode their genetic structure to change the way they look and play.

The game also aims to let players 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. They will be able to choose their weapons, as well as the type of gear they wear.

This latest gameplay footage of Biomutant looks gorgeous. While there are some tech issues, like pop-ins, its art style is amazing. Experiment 101 may have a gem on its hands, so here is hoping that it will continue polishing it.

There is currently no ETA on when Biomutant will come out. However, Experiment 101 has shared some preliminary minimum PC requirements.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted about the game’s progress. So, enjoy the following video and stay tuned for more!

Biomutant – New Ten Minutes of Gameplay Footage

Biomutant - Exclusive Gameplay Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

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