‘Biomutant’ won’t have 4K on PS5 due to technical issues

For those waiting for the upcoming Biomutant to play it on PS5, there’s sad news. It won’t be able to run at 4K on the newest console.

Developer THQ Nordic has officially confirmed that Biomutant won’t have the 4K option enabled on PS5 due to technical issues.

‘Biomutant’ and its problem with 4K on PS5

First announced the post-apocalyptic project in August 2017. And since then, all the fans have been curious about it.

A small team of Experiment 101 is helming the title. And most importantly, it will be the first game to release ever!

However, recently, the THQ Nordic developers came out with some unexpected news for those interested in Biomutant.

They said that the game would have its native 4K option deactivated on PS5. As per them, there’s no specific reason for this because it’s undefined.

Players will be able to run it only in 1080p resolution upscaled to 4K on PlayStation 5.

Moreover, it will also not support 60FPS gameplay on next-gen consoles. Present gen devices will get it, however.

Speaking of the 4K issue, then at the moment, there’s no news to fix it in the future, which means that those who are hoping for it might get disappointed after grabbing their copies of Biomutant.

One reason for this can be because it won’t be technically coming on PS5. There are no versions for Xbox Series X|S either.

Instead, consumers will play the PS4 and Xbox One versions on the next-gen platforms via backward compatibility.

ALSO READ: Biomutant devs Experiment 101 used one year to fix bugs without crunch

More video games are coming soon!

Meanwhile, gaming enthusiasts are currently looking forward to many big titles in this calendar, apart from Biomutant.

When it comes to the most-awaited potential blockbusters, then there is Far Cry 6, Halo Infinite, and STALKER 2.

Horizon Forbidden West, Dying Light 2, Deathloop, a new Call of Duty entry, and GhostWire: Tokyo is also anticipated.

That’s not everything, however, for the year. There’s more!

The vast line-up expands further with the likes of No More Heroes 3, Stray, Humankind, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Little Devil Inside, Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, and Psychonauts 2 are other crucial launches.

Several recently announced projects making their debuts soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.

Coming back to Biomutant, once again, it will be launching next week on May 25th, for PS4 and Xbox One.

What are your thoughts on all the major games arriving this year? Are you excited and hyped for them?

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