Biomutant Gets Two Fancy (And Pricey) Special Editions

Biomutant Gets Two Fancy (And Pricey) Special Editions

It always feels like an eternity between meaningful updates, but it’s finally time to talk about Biomutant again!

Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Experiment 101 have just announced that the game will be getting not one, but two collector’s editions packed with fancy collectible gear. I’ll be honest, it feels a little strange to have these SKUs out in the market and available for preorder when the release date for the game is still yet to be announced, but given the timing it’s probably a safe bet that the date will be announced at Gamescom this month. Here’s hoping.

Anyway, the contents of the two special editions are as follows:

Biomutant Atomic Edition

  • High Detail Diorama – 60cm/23″ long, 25cm/10″ width, 30cm/12″ height
  • Game Biomutant
  • Steelbook
  • T-Shirt in L/XL
  • Oversized Mousepad 80cm/31″ x 35cm/14″
  • Artwork on Fabric A1 size
  • Soundtrack
  • Premium Box

The Biomutant Atomic Edition will be available at selected retailers for an SRP of € 399.99 | £ 349.99 (approx $655 AUS).

Biomutant Collector’s Edition

Mutate your living room! The Biomutant Collector’s Edition will be available for an SRP of € 109.99 | £ 99.99 (approx $180 AUD) for PC and € 119.99 | $ 119.99 | £ 109.99 (approx $200 AUD) for consoles. The genetic code of this edition has the following sequence:

  • Game Biomutant
  • Game hero figurine
  • Artwork on Fabric A1 size
  • Soundtrack
  • Premium Box

There’s no info on Australian releases for these at time of writing, but as you can see if they do make it here they’ll be mighty spenno. What do you think? Will you be dipping? Double dipping? Let us know in the comments below or on our social pages!

Biomutant is currently set to release at some point on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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