Game news Biomutant: The narrator, difficulty, and many bugs were soon fixed
Highly anticipated and available since Tuesday, Biomutant is refreshing the game in the open world. Unfortunately, the title isn’t ready, the narrator can be painful, and technical issues add to the experience. But Experiment 101 prepares the answer.
Once released, Biomutant was given a patch that generally smooths out the experience. Even so, there has been a lot of feedback from players and the studio knows what needs improvement. The development team reported on Twitter today the upcoming release of a new update. This will be announced firmlybecause she wants to attack Bugs and issues raised from the community that concern in particular the narrator, the dialogues, the display, and the loot. The patch is expected to arrive on an as yet unknown date first on the pc, will then be deployed to consoles later.
We’re working on the speed of dialogues, narrator settings, difficulty settings, video settings such as depth of field and motion blur, prey and enemy tuning, and sound and combat.
– Biomutant (@biomutant) May 29, 2021
We are working on an update for Biomutant, which we hope to release to players soon. We’ll likely be able to deploy the update to the PC first and then to the consoles. The update includes bug fixes and changes based on feedback from the community. We work on the rhythm of the dialogues, the settings of the narrator, the levels of difficulty, the video settings such as depth of field and motion blur, prey and enemies as well as sound and combat.
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By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com