Biomutant is one of the most anticipated games of the month and early copies are said to be out in the wild. Seeing as there are no reviews as of writing, there are plenty of questions people have about the game with some relating to how long it will take to beat and how large the open-world size is compared to other games. Here you’ll discover how long Biomutant will take to beat, and you’ll also find how big the open-world is according to THQ Nordic.
Although reviews are not out as of writing, early impressions of the game have largely been good. The character creation has been praised for letting you make an actually unique protagonist, and the gameplay and open-world aesthetics have also been complimented.
While the title does look promising for those seeking another sandbox to get lost in, below you’ll find how long it will take to beat Biomutant.
How big is the open-world in Biomutant?
THQ Nordic have said how big the open-world size is in Biomutant.
Although referred to as a map, the open-world size in Biomutant is said to be ‘8 kilometres by 8 kilometres = 64 square kilometres/ 24.71 square miles’.
As for how open the world is in regard to gamplay, the same FAQ says that it’s ‘as open as can be’.
THQ Nordic’s FAQ elaborates on the above by responding to similar queries such as whether the game is non-linear.
You will be able to do whatever you want, but know that there will be some areas which need prerequisites so you can survive and traverse.
However, there doesn’t appear to be a central hub as THQ say that there is instead a ‘huge quest pool’ when entering a region of the game world.
How long will take to beat Biomutant?
THQ have said that it will take roughly 25 hours long to beat Biomutant.
However, they also say that Biomutant will take roughly 50 hours to 100% beat and complete.
Lastly, in addition to the above, the FAQ also notes that the 25 hours is provided players ‘do not end a specific event early’.
It’s not mentioned what this specific event is or entails, but it seems to imply that you can beat the game’s story in a far shorter amount of time.