PCGamesN writer tells you that a new Biomutant patch is here. Says it addresses many of the topics the devs mentioned last week, and does a big upsy on the good thing finding. Says that the tutorial is more exciting now, and a toggle for the motion goopies has been added. Most importantly, he says there’s now an option to turn off the narrator’s translation.
…okay, no, I won’t make you read an entire article like that. Biomutant’s narrator is sometimes charming, but generally a bit much. New options in the menu let you hear only the gibberish speech while you read the dialogue, or only hear the narrator with no gibberish, to get the dialogue moving faster. There’s also a bit less gibberish before the narration when you stick with the default option.
Besides the narrator settings, there’s now a slider for motion blur intensity. There’s also been a broad rework for loot so that you’ll get more stuff appropriate to your level, less junk from high-level containers, and fewer random healing items.
There’s also been a lot of changes to the tutorial area. “In order to improve the pacing of the early parts of the game, we’ve edited dialogues to be shorter,” the devs say. “We’ve also added more enemies and loot to these areas to better represent the experience later in the game.”
There’s even more to note – including a new, tougher difficulty setting – but you can get full details on all the changes in the full patch notes.