You can check out gameplay from the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X versions below to get as close a look at what it’ll be like to play on the newest consoles as you’re able to assuming you’ll be choosing those platforms. the game’s set to be playable on those through backwards compatibility even if you don’t have a dedicated next-gen version, so you’re safe to count Biomutant among your PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S games in a way even if it won’t yet have the upgrades others benefit from.
Not quite sure yet which platform you want to play on?— Biomutant (@Biomutant) May 14, 2021
We've recorded unedited gameplay footage, so you can decide for yourself!
PS4 & Xbox One: https://t.co/qVeVBmDc5x
PS4 Pro & Xbox One X: https://t.co/5vFkbABEoS
How will you play #Biomutant?
As the Biomutant tweet above indicates, there’s even more gameplay to look at after you’re finished with the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X versions. From there, you can check out the PC, base PlayStation 4, and base Xbox One versions to see how the gameplay stacks up if you’re undecided on which platform you want to go for. If nothing else, you’ve got three times the gameplay to watch if you’re already set on a version.
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