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The developers at Experiment101 have announced they’re working on an update for Biomutant, naturally, that they “hope to get into players’ hands soon.” The update will include work on some of the community’s most persistent bugbears, like “the pacing of dialogues, narrator settings, difficulty settings, video settings like depth of field and motion blur, loot and enemy tuning as well as sound and combat.”

Weird dialogue pacing, as well as the persistent and constant narration, have been key notes from many players. Though you can turn down the constant chatter from the narrator, you can’t turn it off.

Key for some people, me included, is a promise to change video settings like depth of field and motion blur. Some people don’t like those. I do not like them. For now, you can go and find some mods to change those—they’re already out there.

Reviewer James Davenport found Biomutant to have a charming world, but lackluster gameplay, in our review. “Biomutant feels like it’s going to be much more,” he said, “but in practice it’s an endless stream of new ideas that go nowhere and beautiful, toxic landscapes with little to offer except an excuse to use photo mode.”

Nonetheless, James did give out some hot tips for making the most of Biomutant.

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How To Find Mutagel In Ark Genesis Part 2?

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After a long wait, Studio Wildcard has finally released the final storyline for Ark: Survival Evolved. With the arrival of Ark: Genesis Part 2, several new creatures, weapons, and other items have appeared in the game.

In order to fulfill their missions, players need to find several items in the game that helps in upgrading or creating other items in the game.

One such item is Mutagel In Ark: Genesis Part 2 which players need to find in order to progress in the story.

In this guide, we shall take a look at how to find Mutagel in Ark and how to use it to create Mutagen.

  • MORE: Ark Genesis Part 2 – All New Dinos And Creatures

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Mutagel Location In Ark Genesis Part 2

The Mutagen is a resource that enables the survivor to further evolve their existing tames in Ark: Genesis Part 2. It can also be used to improve the statistics of non-bred dinos in the game.

Mutagel can also be crafted into Mutagen at a Chemistry bench, which can be used later to tame Stryders. It takes 800 Mutagel to make 1 Mutagen so make sure you collect lots of it.

Space Area

To get Mutagel from rocks, you can head over to the space area where you can find different rocks depending on the time of the day.

Next, you need to look for orange/golden colored rocks in the space area to mine Mutagel. These rocks are scattered in the area and they contain both Mutagel and Ambergris inside it.

Mutagel rocks

You can use a pickaxe to break the rocks and collect Mutagen from it.

Alternatively, you can obtain Mutagel in Rockwell’s Innards biome from a Mutagen plant. It yields 1 Mutagel and 1 Plant Species R Seed. It can also trigger a defense against multiple Summoner and their minions.

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Genshin Impact 1.6 Kazuha Banner 4 Star Characters, Release Date

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Last year was filled with a number of highly anticipated titles, but Genshin Impact managed to come out on top amidst all of that. By the end of the year, it had over 40 million players.

When it comes to updates, there are only a few games that are as consistently updates as Genshin Impact. With a new update releasing every six weeks, fans always have tons of new content to look forward to.

  • MORE: Genshin Impact 1.6 Livestream Officially Announced

With the release of the next update drawing closer, the community is quite eager to know what new stuff we will be getting in the 1.6 Update. So far, we have got to know that we will finally be getting costumes, something fans have been asking for quite a while now.

Apart from that, a new region known as Summer Islands and character, Kazuha, will be joining the game.

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Today, a new leak has given us the details of the Kazuha banner. The leak comes from popular Genshin Impact leaker Lumie and it states that the Kazuha banner will be featuring Rosaria, Bennett, and Razor.

This is in line with the leaks which surfaced almost a month ago, so it seems quite likely that this is true. Do note that unless official information is out, this should be taken with a grain of salt.

Apart from that, the Klee banner will also be arriving as per leaks. It will be featuring “Klee – Fischl – Sucrose – [No Trial]”, according to Wangsheng Funeral Parlor. It will be interesting to see if we actually end up getting the same characters. However, considering that leaks in the past have been quite accurate, there is high chance of this being true. As far as the release date is concerned, Kazuha might be the first banner arriving in 1.6, followed by Klee.

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The most expensive Steam profile is worth over $250K Steam Trading Cards

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According to data from steamladder.com, the most valuable Steam profile comes in at $279,114. I should clarify that the value of a Steam profile doesn’t mean that it’s what any one player actually invested in it. As anyone who has ever bought a Humble Bundle can testify to, it’s very easy to own hundreds of pounds worth of games and have paid only a fraction of that. But what does that value apply to?

For Steam user St4ck, the owner of the most valuable profile globally, it’s mostly badges. Or more specifically, how badges affect the level of their Steam profile. The value of games they own sits at a comparatively trifling $36,232.

For those not in the know, trading cards are produced while playing games and during Steam events like sales. Trading (or buying cards) for a complete set allows you to craft a badge, which in turn increases your XP and therefore level as a Steam user. Cards that are generated during Steam events like sales (usually by buying games) seem to contribute substantially more to levelling than ones dropped by games. Being a higher level user mostly has cosmetic benefits, but it’s similar to the value of having a high level character in a game, if the character is you, and the game is a storefront.

I was unable to contact St4ck for comment, as their friends list is full, despite higher levelled profiles being able to add more friends. Of the top 10, St4ck was the only user whose badge value went significantly higher than $1000. They sit as an outlier among the high value profiles. Most high value accounts simply have very large games libraries, but St4ck has climbed the heap by accumulating cards. They’re a trading cards outlier among peers who own over 20,000 games—but spend the majority of their time on only one game. For multiple people, that one game was a Counter-Strike. 

So if you’re interested in having a high value Steam account, you have two options: the first is to just buy a great deal of games. The second is an intricate web of item trading within a gamified economy of tiny transactions. But with a trading economy wrapped around store events, you can’t engage in the latter without taking part in the former, too.

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