THQ Nordic showed two gameplay videos in the evening, showing “Biomutant” on PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. The game is backwards compatible.
On the PS5 at 1080p, it’s upgraded to 4K
Video descriptions state that the title has problems on the PS5 or, unlike the Xbox Series X, it achieves a native resolution of only 1080p.
You can expect the following resolutions and frame rates:
- PlayStation 5 – Works at 1080p @ 60fps, with 4K upscaling at 60fps (dynamic).
- Xbox Series X – 4K @ 60 FPS, dynamic resolution.
In addition to the PS5 release, the manufacturers wrote: “With this release, the original 4K option has been deactivated on PlayStation for stability and performance reasons. It will remain disabled on the release version.”
If you can’t come to terms with it: Also New real gen releases are in the works. Just a few hours ago, THQ Nordic confirmed that versions adapted to the performance of the PS5 and Xbox Series X will follow at a later time. The release date was not initially mentioned.
Pre-order of Biomutant:
Biomutant will be released on May 25, 2021 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. On PC, the title will also be available to play via EA Play Pro. Below you can see excerpts of the game mentioned at the beginning:
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