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Biomutant is out on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X

Owners of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions can upgrade to the enhanced version for free.

Biomutant on PS5 offers support for HDR mode, DualSense controller capabilities and activity cards, as well as fast data loading.

Players will get three graphics modes to choose from:

  • “Quality” – 30 frames per second, native resolution 4K;
  • “Performance”: stable 60 frames per second, native resolution 1440p;
  • “Maximum quality”: native 4K, up to 60 frames per second.

If you already own the PlayStation 4 version of Biomutant, you can upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version for free and continue to enjoy your saved data and trophies.

Biomutant on Xbox Series X offers native resolution, HDR support, and fast downloads.

Players are waiting for three graphics modes to choose from:

  • “Quality” – 30 frames per second, native resolution 4K;
  • “Performance”: stable 60 frames per second, native resolution 1440p;
  • “Maximum quality”: up to 60 frames per second, native 4K resolution;

If you already own the Xbox One version of Biomutant, you can upgrade to the Xbox Series X version for free and continue enjoying your save data and achievements.

Finally, the native version for Xbox Series S supports HDR mode and fast loading.

Players will be able to choose three graphics modes:

  • “Quality” – stable 30 frames per second, native resolution 1440p;
  • “Performance”: stable 60 frames per second, native resolution 1080p;
  • “Maximum quality”: up to 60 frames per second, native resolution 1440p.

If you already own the Xbox One version of Biomutant, you can upgrade to the Xbox Series S version for free and continue enjoying your save data and achievements.


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