[GC 2018] Biomutant returns with a new trailer and abundant gameplay [VIDEO]

The interesting open-world RPG has not yet finalized its release date but it does have a release window.

THQ Nordic has delayed Biomutant from its previously planned 2018 release window to summer 2019. It will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

We had not seen it for a while, but Biomutant is once again showing its ears at Gamescom 2018! Experiment101 and THQ Nordic have shared a new trailer of the game in which -with some recycled material, yes- we can see some advances and new scenes of the game. If you prefer to play it safe, several minutes of pure gameplay have also been shared.

It was expected that Biomutant would appear this year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, although its launch was eventually postponed until a time yet to be determined.
Judging by the advanced state that presents in the videos, it would be difficult to imagine that it does not arrive in 2019. You can check it yourself in the two almost 40 minutes of material collected by the portal Gematsu.

Biomutant is the debut of Experiment101, a study formed by veterans of Avalanche – responsible for the series Just Cause or Mad Max – where we created a mutant racoon that, with a sword and double pistols, explores a huge post-apocalyptic open world. It has a sophisticated reading of the RPG genre that translates the appearance of our avatar with prostheses and mutations according to their own combative statistics.

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