Biomutant illustrates its combat system in a new trailer


Biomutant illustrates its combat system in a new trailer

Dynamism and freedom of movement seem to be on the program for this new creation developed by Experiment 101. An explosive gameplay that promises a pleasant adventure under the sign of the fight.

In a world populated by enemies of all kinds (small, big, powerful, etc.), it will be wise to adapt your fighting style: with bare hands, with firearms or bladed weapons, it’s up to you to decide how to get rid of these threats that abound in the post-apocalyptic universe of Biomutant. Moreover, controllable machines can also be used.

The broadcast sequences also emphasize the agility of a character who can dodge with speed, throw projectiles and even take opponents into the air. In addition, we can not forget to mention the armament highlighted by the trailer. Indeed, some weapons seem to have special properties, such as, for example, the ability to electrify an enemy… and many more, to be discovered in due time. Patience!

As a reminder, the game will be released May 25 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and here is the unreleased trailer:

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