- Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 [Platinum Difficulty Rating]
- Offline trophies: 47 (37, 6, 3, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 25-30 hours [Estimated Time to Platinum]
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: 4 – That's Mine! , Snack-time , Mariner , Gumshow
- Glitched trophies: 2 at latest patch 2.01
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, you can play the game on Easy
“Welcome to Biomutant.”
This trophy guide will hopefully help guide you through this open world RPG game that has been created by the developers Experiment 101.
Once you have created your breed of character, your task is to explore a post-apocalyptic ruined world that was once lived in by humans who have since disappeared, and is now run and roamed in by creatures that can be both friendly and hostile towards you, depending on your actions as you experience the world and its many areas and hazards.
You can play through the game on Easy as there are no difficulty-specific trophies tied to them. The option to save on the fly is present and you have a maximum of 5 save slots, which when you reload, you start off exactly where you left off, which is particularly handy for the missable trophies (see the info in the guide below).
The game, given it is an explorative RPG, will have you traveling across the in-game world looking to discover and unlock various areas, skills, and weapon upgrades, as well as defeating tribes, bosses, and X amount of enemies in various ways which will be outlined throughout this guide.
There are fast travel points littered across the map which are very handy to hop between places so make use of them as you wish as they unfog good chunks of the map.
Fast Travel point example:
Step 1- Play through and complete the story and unlock misc trophies:
Play through and complete the story, unlocking any trophies you see fit as you play. The initial start to the game is basically a tutorial introducing you to combat and other aspects of the game. Once you leave Bunker 101, the world is yours to fully explore as you see fit and thus meaning you can do the story straight away or mix it up and do exploring and side quests, the choice is completely yours.
Things to look out for:
Oil and Water
These hazards are present in certain areas and without upgrading your resistance to them using Bio Points, which you acquire through looting and killing enemies, or by finding and crafting outfits to protect you from them, you will die quickly in these areas so keep an eye out for this as you play. The only exception to these are Oil and Water as you can sink slowly and drown in oil and swim but drown quickly in water, so be mindful when traversing near these.
You get 5 save slots so you can earn some trophies by saving first, complete the trophy requirement, reload, and carry on. This is handy if you don’t want to spend your currency, points, upgrades, etc., but it's also key in doing so before you face each boss. There are 4 bosses, or World Eaters as called in the game, and each one has a missable trophy tied to it, where you are required to perform a certain action to weaken and help defeat them. They will not respawn once you defeat them, so on the off chance that you happened to miss the trophy objective, it would mean starting over or reloading an earlier save.
The 4 trophies are:
See their descriptions in the guide for their requirements.
You can upgrade your character in the Mutations menu under Biogenetics and PSI-Powers. There are two trophies related to this called Stick it to Them and Electrified .
You'll need 12 Bio Points and 16 PSI points respectively for each one so save them up before spending them. See the trophy descriptions in the guide below.
The other two upgrades are the trophies Pew Pew! and Hack n' Slash , and you'll need 16 upgrade points for these two. The upgrades for these are found in the Wung-Fu tab in the character menu.
Unfortunately as of patch 2.01, the two trophies Old World Gadgets and Toytinkerer are unobtainable for a lot of players. You can meet all requirements for the Gadgets trophy, but it wont unlock; for Toytinkerer, the quest giver appears, but disappears again as soon as he does, meaning you can’t be given the quest which is needed to upgrade your Automaton.
Disc-version players can revert back to version 1.00 and don't install the updates or wait for a patch, while digital players will have to wait for a patch unless you don't play online and have no updates installed.
Step 2 Clean Up:
This may not be necessary, but if you just complete the story, there is NG+ post-game, in which you can carry on with all your upgrades and etc., but the map resets, or you can continue without using NG+ and are put back just before the final mission and can continue to unlock the remaining trophies you may have on route to the .