There are six breeds to choose from in Biomutant, each of them representing a different branch of the same species. Here they are, listed in order of how they appear on the selection screen.

Primal

  • Info: The Primal breed has lower-than-average stats in several categories, but make up for it in their critical chance stat. Characters of this breed have advantage over their opponents by focusing on hitting hard and fast while staying stealthy and agile. You can most closely compare these to assassins in other games.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: Average
    • Strength: Below Average
    • Intellect: Average
    • Charisma: Low
    • Agility: Average
    • Luck: High

Dumdon

  • Info: Dumdons are similar to Primals in that they have low health. However, they differ in that instead of dealing their damage with critical hits, they are paired best with weapons that allow them to swing away without the need for precision.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: Average
    • Strength: High
    • Intellect: Low
    • Charisma: Average
    • Agility: Above Average
    • Luck: Low

Rex

  • Info: The Rex breed is best for new players that aren’t familiar with stat selection when playing games. They have well-rounded stats that can accommodate to most situations and classes. They have high health and health regeneration, as well as high strength and intellect, which provides them wider access to different combat methods than any other breed.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: High
    • Strength: Above Average
    • Intellect: High
    • Charisma: Low
    • Agility: Average
    • Luck: Low

Related: All Biomutant Classes, Breeds, and Mutations Explained – Pro Game Guides

Hyla

  • Info: Hylas are the most tanky of all the breeds. Their health and armor is higher than any other breed, and their melee damage is above average. However, their intelligence is below average, so they are not an ideal breed for players who want to use elemental abilities. Players should select this breed if they want to be the gentle giant among the tribes.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: High
    • Strength: Above Average
    • Intellect: Low
    • Charisma: Low
    • Agility: Average
    • Luck: Low

Fip

  • Info: The Fip breed is your ideal elemental breed. They have the highest intelligence stats, and apply those stats to their psionic abilities. They are capable of dealing heavy elemental damage from melee and ranged positions, but this advantage is countered by their lower-than-average vitality and agility stats.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: Below Average
    • Strength: Below Average
    • Intellect: High
    • Charisma: Average
    • Agility: High
    • Luck: Above Average

Murgel

  • Info: Murgels have much higher charisma stats than the other breeds, which provides them better bartering and trade techniques. This is an effective strategy to play through the game, since it heavily relies on reputation and access to weapons and gear. This breed is best for players who only fight when necessary and prefer to be more resourceful than combative.
  • Stats
    • Vitality: Above Average
    • Strength: Below Average
    • Intellect: Low
    • Charisma: High
    • Agility: Average
    • Luck: High

That’s what we know about the classes so far! New information is being released about Biomutant every day, so be sure to check back regularly for updates!

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