When you craft weapons in Biomutant, you’ll have to decide which elements you want to use, and how you want them to be arranged. For instance, there are several different blocks that can be used to craft weapons, each with their own advantages and disadvantages, so you’ll have to choose what will work best for your character.

Biomutant is one of the best games available at the moment, for both newcomers and for those who are already familiar with the game. Its focused on a post-apocalyptic world where sentient biomechs are struggling to survive. While creating new weapons is a key part of the game, your focus should be on upgrading your character as well as exploring the game world.

The Biomutant crafting system is interesting to use and applies to both armor and weapons. In this tutorial, I will walk you through the aspects of making a weapon and show you how to get one of the best weapons in the game. I’ll also talk about the subcategories of this weapon and how to customize it to begin with. So, without further ado, let’s see…..

Biomutant Creation Guide – Getting Better Weapons

In Biomutant, you can equip a melee weapon and a ranged weapon of your choice. This increases flexibility in combat. You can now switch between weapons, perform unique combos and damage enemies in style. If you unlock a two-handed weapon, you can use both hands with one weapon, but if you prefer this style of play, try it out!

Weapon types (upgradeable and non-upgradeable)

As for upgrades, there are two types of weapons in Biomutant. Some weapons cannot be modified and are unique weapons. Others may be modified and classified as conventional weapons. An example of a single weapon, which cannot be changed, is Myriad Boomerangs. An example of a common weapon that can be modified is the The Singularity Squezrapster.

Subcategories

There is a further division between melee and range weapons, based on their subcategories. These are melee and one-handed weapons, two-handed melee and rifles. You can also use this weapon in pairs, depending on the Perks chosen for them. Weapons, as in other games, have both automatic and non-automatic options.

Attributes and additions

word-image-3104 word-image-3105 Weapons, like armour, have properties and compositions associated with them. It’s a matter of rarity, quality and material. You can upgrade them all by upgrading the parts you need. All weapons have at least one expansion slot. This parameter can only change if the weapon is unique, otherwise it remains the same everywhere. These add-ons can be installed at any time, provided that the appropriate components are available. Some weapons, like the Stronkbox, heal you when you kill enemies.

How to get better weapons

Weapon acquisition is not as similar to weapon acquisition in Biomutant. Since you will find fewer weapons to assemble, as opposed to armor, crafting and upgrades become essential. Some of the best weapons in the game you can get through DLC, by defeating higher level bosses you encounter in the world, and from chests. A unique way to make your best weapon is to collect the parts and make a combination that serves your play style well. The more precise the details, the better the weapon. I highly recommend increasing the luck of your characters to increase the chance of getting good weapons and parts.

Manual

word-image-3106 word-image-3107 Crafting in Biomutant is pretty simple. Just open the Crafting tab in the main menu and start making weapon parts. To make a weapon, combine a handle type and a base type. They can be bought as you like. Note that both are required to classify it as a weapon for combat. It is not enough to obtain a single piece to make a weapon. To make a range weapon, you need a handle, a barrel, and a basic type. This is the minimum information required for production. You can add other parts, but this is the bare minimum needed for assembly. All of this requires materials/parts to be machined. Of course, the cost varies depending on the specific component. They are also called craft costs. You can always exchange one of these coins for a better one later in the game, if you have the right coin for it. That’s all I want to share in this guide to building weapons and getting better weapons in Biomutant. We also have a similar armor guide in Biomutant. Feel free to take a look if you like. Leave your thoughts/suggestions in the comments below and stay tuned for more Biomutant content. Thanks for reading, and until next time!

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