Biomutant: Test overview of the open world adventure - this is how the world evaluates

Biomutant: Test overview of the open world adventure - this is how the world evaluates


The first tests for Biomutant went online just in time for today's release. So that you don't lose track in the review jungle, we summarize the evaluations and conclusions of the international press at this point. In the test overview below, you can find out how the open-world adventure performed in the individual publications. The website, which compiles the tests of the portals, served as the basis for this article. Biomutant moves in the upper middle range. While the PC and Xbox One versions currently have an average rating of 68 percent, the PS4 version has 62 percent.

Note that the ratings may change in the coming days if more Tests for Biomutant (buy now / 59.99 €) will be published. Our review is also already online. In the test, we give five out of ten possible points. Biomutant comes with a charming game world, a varied opponent design and a successful combat system. However, the narrative style is annoying in the long run; the mission design is also boring. There are also major technical problems on all platforms. awards 68 points and writes: "Biomutant is an open world with (too) many creative ideas, none of which really work." also comes to the conclusion that Biomutant is overloaded with extras , which means that there is no real flow of the game over long stretches. You can find more press reviews below. Biomutant will be released today. The digital console versions will be activated at 4 p.m., the PC version at 7 p.m.

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Biomutant in the test overview

Game Revolution - 95

For the first time in a long time, a game has lived up (and in my opinion surpassed) the hyped that's been created around it. Frankly, I'll be surprised if BIOMUTANT is not game of the year.

Attack of the Fanboy - 90

While it may have a few flaws, Biomutant is a great game that reminds of a simpler time for video games.

Worth Playing - 85

If you can live with the crashes or if the developers have patched it by the time you read this, then Biomutant is a rather excellent title. The open-world setting feels unique amongst other postapocalyptic titles, especially with humans being replaced by cute yet realistic-looking fuzzy animals. The world looks gorgeous but offers a ton of stuff to do with a wide variety of boot. The fighting is fluid and excellent, no matter if you're using special powers or normal weapons, and the flexibility of many of the game's elements gives it a ton of freedom compared to its contemporaries. Even in a month crowded with some legitimate heavy hitters, Biomutant is well worth playing for those looking for a good RPG.

PlayStatiion Universe - 85

Biomutant is a fun title with some amazing visuals and a huge open world to explore. Experiment 101 have gone out of their way to make you feel like you're a first-time visitor to an unknown landscape. Though its morality system leaves a lot to be desired there is plenty here to enjoy. Despite suffering from some technical issues, none of it hindered me from pouring hours and hours into the game. If you're looking for something fresh, unique, and exciting, Biomutant is a brand new IP that you should play.

Hardcore Gamer - 80

Biomutant's highs owe a lot to just how stacked against the odds it appears. And how over the span of an average twenty-or-so hour single-run it comes out not just unscathed, but victorious. Experiment 101 finding a way to incorporate the surreal and the strange, yet maintaining a consistent thread wherein the gameplay loop is both satisfying and intriguing to engage with. All of this, despite such continued reveling in its own eccentricity. But it's that very eccentric attitude that marks Biomutant down as an unmistakably curious, but more importantly, entertaining open-world adventure to lose one's self in.

Destructoid - 80

I had a lot of trouble tearing myself away from Biomutant, and a lot of my grievances didn't really surface until I'd finished it and had time to digest.

Jeuxvideo - 75

Biomutant is what we expected from it, no more and no less, namely a generous project, steeped in good intentions, and which, through his atypical vision of Action-RPG, breathes a breath of fresh air into the genre. The studio title Experiment 101 is an ode to the exploration of a colorful post-apo universe, karmic destiny, avatar customization, and martial arts. It is difficult, it is true, to concretize these different aspects and to merge them. The fact remains that this experience, equal to no other, changes, surprises, and throws off to the point of becoming memorable. However, it is necessary to ignore a technical achievement which is clearly behind schedule and a progression that is sometimes too interventionist.

God is a Geek - 70

Biomutant is a game that overreaches early, and spends the rest of its run time trying, mostly successfully, to regain its balance. It's lovely to look at and its world is a joy to explore, boots on the ground, but the combat lacks impact and precision, and technical issues mar the experience.

Wccftech - 70

Biomutant is a competent open-world role-playing game featuring a charming atmosphere and some solid RPG mechanics. Sadly, it fails to stand out due to its by-the-books open-world formula and the sluggish combat system. While the game does work for the most part and there are some interesting ideas here and there, there isn't a lot that Biomutant does better than most open-world games out there, resulting in an experience that is somewhat forgettable.

DualShockers - 65

Pretty environments can't save what is ultimately a bland game. Biomutant lacks character and excitement, which is a shame given the early promise it showed.

PC Gamer - 60

Biomutant's stunning world barely survives the painful narration, broken progression, and dearth of stuff to do.

Gamespot - 60

While combat is fun in moderation and the crafting system is bizarre in all the right ways, the flip side of this is dull and monotonous quest design, a forgettable story , and hollow morality. There's still an enjoyable game here, but a lot of unfortunate caveats come attached to that statement. Yet while it might not always hit the mark, Biomutant is an ambitiously flawed game from a small studio, and the games industry could always use more risky endeavors like this one.

PCGamesN - 50

If there's something to love in biomutant, it's the vibrancy of its environments and its brilliantly dynamic combat. Unfortunately, you have to wade through so much repetitive, tedious open-world slurry that it becomes hard to enjoy.

VGC - 40

Biomutant's feature list seems to include everything a successful open-world action RPG needs. But journey through its towns, fields and bunkers, and there's no intrigue in its exploration or weight in its relationship building. Not even a worthy combat challenge to hold everything together. With so many ideas left under-developed, it wastes a setting that had far more potential.

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