Leaked IP: “BioMutant” Officially Announced with Collectors Edition and Trailer!

Not too long after details of the game: BioMutant, were leaked complete with screenshots,Experiement 101” a newly established team consisting of ex-Just Cause and ex-Mad Max veteran developers.

They have finally come out and officially announced the existence of BioMutant, their new and upcoming Action-RPG IP that is seeing releases on PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2018. You may watch the announcement trailer for the game above (Courtesy of IGN).

BioMutant Now Official and Coming Out Next Year!

To complement the official existence of the game, Experiment 101 together with THQ Nordic, an Austrian publisher have also shed light on a Collectors Edition for BioMutant. This SKU variant will be available for $119.99 USD and contents included are:

  • BioMutant Game
  • Figurine
  • A1 Artwork on Fabric
  • The Official Soundtrack
  • Premium Box


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One comment on “Leaked IP: “BioMutant” Officially Announced with Collectors Edition and Trailer!”

  1. Avatar EldritchImagination says:

    Let’s see here:

    60$ – for the base game

    20-30$ – for the figurine (going off standard toy retail prices)

    5-10$ – for the artwork fabric (just guessing here)

    7-15$ – for the soundtrack (why game soundtracks cost so much I do not know. I’ve seen them cost 2/3 of the base game in some cases)

    and what, 5 – 15$ for the box depending on what it’s made of?

    Overall, it seems to balance out, though again, WHY DO GAME SOUNDTRACKS COST SO MUCH! I just checked, and Undertale’s soundtrack by itself costs 10$, as much as the game, plus requires the game to play. Still, much fairer price compared to some other collector’s editions, that’s for sure.

    To be honest, this is the first time I’ve considered buying a collector’s edition for a game……well, not counting indiebox.

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