Biomutant Best breed and class | Which starting character build should you choose?
Biomutant is an ambitious open-world RPG, and as such has tons of classify variety and different races to explore.
The amount of choice available to you when creating your character can be confusing, but we’re here to help as you build your character in Biomutant.
One thing to remember is that choosing one of the different races or classes doesn’t necessarily exclude you from a particular specialization – it just gives you a nudge in the right direction.
If you play normally, you will be able to easily rotate your build to something more appropriate no matter what starting class and race you choose.
However, there are a lot of different play styles to discuss. Here’s how to choose the best breed and class for you in Biomutant.
Biomutant Best Breed – Which one should you choose?
|Biomutant Best Breed|
|Breed Name:||Description of the breed:||Best for:|
|Primitive||Intellect agile, skilful, but less||Jack of all trades, increased critical strike chance|
|Dumdon||Lack of mental prowess, compensated with physical strength||Force and melee attack|
|Rex||Adapted to physical and mental challenges||Combines health and intellect|
|Hyla||Extremely tough and resilient||High health tanking|
|Fip||Very evolved mind||Highest psi power and intelligence|
|Murgel||Form and appearance before function||Booty farming and the best of barter|
The breed of your biomutant does several important things. First of all, it determines the visual appearance of the furry friend you will pilot throughout your adventure. Then that shapes your starting stats to lean towards one of the many styles of play.
As we mentioned earlier, choosing one race or another now won’t completely prevent you from changing direction later. But if you’re trying to make the most effective character possible for more difficult difficulties, it’s worth making your way early.
Once you’ve picked your race, you’ll be able to min / max further your stats if you want to, and this is where you can really pour your points into something you want to focus on.
However, there is fun to be had and good utility in one of the options, so you can really choose whatever sound you like.
There are three races that have a remarkable specialty: the Dumdon for melee damage, the Hyla for health, and the Fip for Psi powers.
If you want to be a melee attacker, health tank, or psychic power user, choose one of them respectively.
The Primal is a jack of all trades with a slightly higher critical chance, while the Rex is a more balanced option between health and psi powers.
Lastly, the Murgel has the lowest total stats, but makes up for it with increased barter charisma and increased loot chance.
As for what you should choose:
- If you have access to the Mercenary pre-order class, or if you like playing with quick reflexes to use Biomutant’s very powerful parry ability, give Force a try.
- Or if you are less into dodging, you can upgrade your vitality to do more hits.
- But if you’re more interested in flashy psychic powers, or getting a boost when solving puzzles, lean towards an intellect-based character.
- Or you can always split the difference when you place your attributes and create a tanky melee character with Vitality and Strength, a fast melee user with Strength and Agility, or a fast mage with Agility and Intellect.
Biomutant Best Class – Which Starting Class Should You Choose?
Now that your race is settled, you can move on to a more meaningful choice: the best class for your character.
There are five classes to choose from (six if you’ve pre-ordered), and each one fits a different playstyle quite easily.
|Best class of biomutant|
|Course name:||Class advantage:||Best for:|
|Mercenary||+ 10% melee weapon damage per hit||Jack of all trades with powerful melee attacks|
|Dead eye||Perfect Reload instantly refreshes ranged weapons with + 20% damage||Ranged attacker|
|Commando||+ 10% ranged damage per hit||Remote tank|
|Psi-Freak||Grants the Spark Ball offensive ability and + 20% Ki regeneration speed||Psi attacks|
|Saboteur||Grants the ability to wield two one-handed weapons and + 20% dodge efficiency||Strength + Agility melee attacker|
|Sentinel||Base armor increased by 10||Melee Tanking|
The Mercenary class is a doozy, and a lot of people choose the best of the bunch.
Its added bonus of + 10% melee damage with each hit is incredibly useful, and obviously a great choice if you’re a melee character of any type.
At later levels, it also increases your regeneration and Ki armor for great variety.
Dead Eye Class
If you want to focus specifically on using ranged weapons – primarily firearms – then Dead Eye is the class for you.
Its Perfect Reload perk is very powerful and easy to pull off, so it can make a big difference in taking out enemies while keeping your distance.
There isn’t a single stat that increases your ranged damage, which means you’re going to have to interact a lot with Biomutant’s crafting and gear systems. If you want a simpler approach, consider a melee or Psi character.
Another range-based class, the Commando has a 10% buff for all ranged damage, but subsequent perks also increase their melee weapon proficiency while being at low health.
Again, you’ll have to constantly craft better weapons, but that’s the class for a ranged tank.
One of the simpler classes, the Psi-Freak does what it says on the tin. If you’re a character wielding psychic power at the expense of everything else, this is your class.
The Saboteur is the class of swift melee attacks that overpower Strength and Agility.
Not only can you use dual purpose melee weapons from the start, but you are also better at dodging.
If you like nimble flying around the screen away from bad guys only to nip and stab them before they can react, then this is your class.
Finally, the Sentinel is the class of melee tanks. Here you have perks that are aimed at increasing your base armor, survivability, health regeneration, and possibly dealing with enemies.
If you invest in strength and vitality, it is a natural choice.
To learn more about Biomutant, learn how to solve spinning puzzles, here.
Although we have also explained what happens with the first Jagni or Myriad quest, here.
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