Experiment 101 has taken a little over a week in update Biomutant after criticism from players and critics ended up pointing out several of the game’s problems. The new patch, currently only available on PC, brings modifications for the narrator, bug fixes and much more.
Which makes us think that the studio has worked non-stop to carry out this patch that tries to solve the most criticized aspects of the game. As we said, the narrator is one of those and now we can modify the number of interventions or even if he can intervene.
Rhythm of dialogue
And it is that in Biomutant no character has a real voice and they speak in an unintelligible language that we hear as simple noises. The narrator, played by David Shaw Parker, translates these sounds but the process can be really slow and tortuous with each dialogue, so this can now be modified.
One week after release, we gathered up all your feedback, added some bug fixes and crafted a shiny, new patch for #Biomutant on PC!
Read the patch notes here: https://t.co/JquE1kc2b8
We will release a similar patch for consoles as soon as possible! pic.twitter.com/zIQlL8EJKn
– Biomutant (@Biomutant) June 1, 2021
Now we can completely eliminate the narrator, from beginning to end, or speed up the dialogue process so that the narrator does not wait for the character to “speak”, wait less or only the text comes out directly. These constant time wasters were one of the main criticisms of the game and at least now there are more options.
Dozens of bugs have also been corrected, a new “extreme” difficulty mode has been added, for those looking for a greater challenge, and all class upgrades for the New Game + have been added. In theory the patch will make the title improve a lot so now you just have to wait to know the reactions of the public.
Biomutant divided the community with many players calling it “terrible”, while others found it quite enjoyable. The game is the first of a study that is only made up of 20 people and that hopes to be able to make the title a franchise.