Experiment 101 AB announced the first update patch for Biomutant is currently in the works.
The announcement was published via the official Biomutant Twitter page on Saturday, May 29. It was a short thread—two posts—outlining the developer's plans for the update regarding distribution, bug fixes, fine-tuning, and narration. Since its launch on Tuesday, May 25, Biomutant has been the subject of some negativity regarding the aforementioned issues. It appears that Experiment 101 wants to get a handle on this before critiques become a catastrophe.
Biomutant First Update Details
According to Experiment 101, the company is looking to get the update out "soon"—although they neglected to give a specific timeframe. It will "most likely" hit PC players first before moving onto consoles.
The contents of the update "will include bug fixes and changes based on community feedback." This is likely a good sign for the longevity of Biomutant. Having the capacity to listen to your audience and be able to put their criticism to use marks attention to player satisfaction. After all, both parties just want a good product.
More specifically, the studio is focusing on "the pacing of the dialogues, narrator settings, difficulty settings" and "video settings like depth of field and motion blur." They're also looking into fine-tuning the systems related to enemies and loot distribution, as well as the general sound and feel of combat.
Biomutant is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. More information about the game can be found on its website.