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Biomutant - Three Years later

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    Biomutant - Three Years Later

    After launching three years ago in a relatively disappointing state, how does Experiment 101's open-world action title hold up?

    Have you ever had a game that sounds too good to be true? It just doesn't seem possible given the resources, yet the systems are playing out before your eyes. That more or less describes the hype behind Biomutant. Established by former Just Cause developers from Avalanche Studios, Experiment 101 would announce the title in August 2017, just in time for Gamescom attendees to go hands-on with it. Those were the good old days, but even by the standards of double-A titles, Biomutant felt like it was doing an absurd amount of things.

    The story occurs in a post-apocalyptic setting where players customize and control a mutant who must save the Tree of Life. To do that, they'll need to defeat the five creatures assailing its roots, but some cooperation with the six tribes is paramount. The catch is that three have...differing opinions on whether they should ensure the tree's survival. The Netra, Ankati and Myriad are different degrees of Light tribes and believe in saving the tree. Meanwhile, the Pichu, Jagni and Lotus are Dark tribes with more selfish and/or megalomaniacal views.

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