After announcing two special editions for the Destroy All Humans! Remaster, THQ Nordic announced two more special editions, this time for the upcoming post-apocalyptic Biomutant.
For the asking price of $399.99 USD, the Biomutant Atomic Edition includes a High Detail Diorama standing at 12 inches tall, artwork on Fabric A1, the game’s official soundtrack, an “oversized” mousepad, a Biomutant T-Shirt (only available in L/XL), a premium box, steel book, and of course the game. You can check out the minute-long trailer from THQ Nordic’s YouTube below.
For a more manageable $119.99 USD, you can pick up the Biomutant Collector’s Edition. This edition includes a smaller figuring of the main hero, artwork on Fabric A1, the game’s official soundtrack, a premium box, and the game. You can check out the trailer below.
Announced back in 2017, Biomutant is described as a “post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG” with a unique combat system. You’ll combine Wushu combat, agility, and shooting while exploring an open-world filled with hazardous environments and dangerous enemies. The main hero is fully customizable, such as being able to recode the genetic structure of your character and gain new gear to wear. Biomutant also features a crafting system for new weapons.
This announcement comes just a few months after THQ Nordic announced a remake for SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom. THQ Nordic also announced Darksiders: Genesis, a Diablo-like Action-RPG set in the Darksiders universe. The company has also had a bit of a spending spree, purchasing the Kingdoms of Amalur IP late last year.
Biomutant is set for a release sometime this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. With 2019 winding down, an announcement could come soon. Maybe at Gamescom next week?
What do you think of the two special editions for Biomutant? Do you plan on picking one up? Let us know in the comments below.
Brandon is a Journalism student at the University of Nevada, Reno. He loves all games, but don’t get him started on Kingdom Hearts. He wishes every console had a handle like the GameCube.