After a couple of months of notable silence from the developer of Biomutant, the upcoming “open-world, post-apocalyptic kung fu fable,” the studio took to Twitter today to verify that, sure, it’s nonetheless making Biomutant.
“Let us assure you that we’ve never been working harder and more focused on it than now,” developer Experiment 101 stated in an announcement.
But the crew behind Biomutant stated it’s nonetheless not able to announce a launch date for the game, which is being revealed by THQ Nordic. “We will reveal the release date as soon as everyone at our studio feels confident about hitting that date and that the game is ready for it,” the developer stated.
Biomutant was initially scheduled to reach someday in 2018 (and later pegged for 2019), however THQ Nordic mother or father firm Embracer Group confirmed in November that the game was nonetheless “in the final stages of polishing,” and wouldn’t affirm a launch date. Experiment 101 additionally hadn’t up to date the Biomutant Twitter account since September, resulting in some anxiousness from followers that the game was in bother or, worse, outright canceled.
Here’s Experiment 101’s assertion on the standing of Biomutant in full:
We know that lots of you’re questioning if the game remains to be in growth. Let us guarantee you that we’ve by no means been working more durable and extra targeted on it than now!
We are doing every thing we are able to to make this the perfect game all of us have ever labored on and that it will likely be as entertaining and nice as we are able to presumably make it.
We can solely hope in your continued help and persistence as we full the ultimate levels of its growth.
As a few of you would possibly perceive or know, the work concerned in ending a game is lengthy, difficult and unpredictable. The sheer magnitude, measurement, and size of Biomutant provides to stated effort.
We will reveal the discharge date as quickly as everybody at our studio feels assured about hitting that date and that the game is prepared for it.
Biomutant was originally announced in August 2017. The open-world action game will let gamers customise their character “with powerful mutations, bionic prosthetics and weapons.” Players will have the ability to genetically modify their character with claws, barbed tails, and wings, and might earn “psi-mutations” like telekinesis and levitation or add robotic limbs. Experiment 101, a crew based by former Avalanche Studios inventive director Stefan Ljungqvist, is creating the game for PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.