Crafting in Biomutant is a key element of Equipment management. Through Crafting, players can create Weapons from millions of combinations by fusing together different materials found throughout the world into various components that can be mixed and matched to form something unique. Crafting also allows to upgrade your Weapons and Armor by increasing their Quality and Material levels, but this must be performed at Workbenches which are found in key locations and establishments.

 

Biomutant Crafting

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Weapon Crafting

Most Weapons can be crafted, modified and upgraded increasing their Stats and Rarity levels. Weapons get their names depending on the parts they are composed of. There are three types of weapons in Biomutant:

Crafting a new Weapon

You can craft a new weapon at any given time by accessing the crafting menu.

Melee Weapons

To create a Melee Weapon you'll need to combine a base melee weapon (One-Handed Slash, Two-Handed Slash or Two-Handed Crush) type with a Handle. You can also insert an addon if you like, but this is optional when creating a new melee weapon.

Creating a new weapon will require a certain amount of resources depending on the parts selected

The Weapon Type and the Wung-Fu styles that you can use will depend on the base weapon type that you selected.

Ranged Weapons

To create a Ranged Weapon you'll need to combine a ranged base type (Guns, Automatic Rifles, Rifles or Shotguns), a Grip and a Muzzle. You can also add a Stock or Magazine, but this is optional when creating a new ranged weapon.

Creating a new weapon will require a certain amount of resources depending on the parts selected

The Weapon Type and the Wung-Fu styles that you can use will depend on the base weapon type that you selected.

 

Modifying Weapons

Melee Weapons

You can modify your Melee Weapons at any given time by accessing the crafting menu and selecting the Hand Slot. You can modify the Base Type, Handle and Addons

Each Melee Weapons has a set number of Slots where you can insert addons. Addons increase different stats and will also increase the rarity level of the when inserted.

You'll need to spend Resources to make any kind of modification, but you won't lose the swapped piece, so feel free to swap between them as much as you like.

Ranged Weapons

You can modify your Ranged Weapons at any given time by accessing the crafting menu and selecting the Hand Slot. You can modify the Base Type, Grip, Muzzle, Top Mod and Magazine.

You'll need to spend Resources to make any kind of modification, but you won't lose the swapped piece, so feel free to swap between them as much as you like.

Upgrading Weapons

To upgrade your Weapons, you'll need to find an Weapon Workbench. These workbenches can be found on top of balloons that are scattered around the world.

Once you find a workbench, you'll be able to spend Resources to upgrade two different values, Quality and Material. The rarity level is determined by a combination of both levels.

Upgrading the Quality or Material of your Weapon will increase its Damage and Stats.

Armor Crafting

There are 6 slots for armor in total: Head Armor, Face Armor, Torso Armor, Shoulders Armor, Back Armor and Legs Armor. You can't craft new pieces of armor meaning that you'll first have to find it or buy it, but you can Modify and Upgrade the ones you have except for Face Armor and Back Armor that you cannot modify.

Modifying and upgrading your Armor will increase their Rarity Level and Star Rating. There are 6 different rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Legendary, Relic and Ultimate.

Upgrading Armor

To upgrade your armor, you'll need to find an Armor Workbench. These workbenches can be found on top of balloons that are scattered around the world.

Once you find a workbench, you'll be able to spend Resources to upgrade two different values, Quality and Material. The rarity level is determined by a combination of both levels.

Upgrading the Quality or Material of your Armor will only increase the Armor level, meaning that Stats and Resistances will remain the same.

Modifying Armor

You can modify your armor at any given time by accessing the crafting menu and selecting the Armor slot that you want to modify. Each armor piece has a set number of Slots where you can insert Gear Bits, which act like add-ons. Gear Bits increase different stats and will increase the rarity level of the armor piece when inserted.

You'll need to spend Resources to place the Gear Bits, but you can swap them at any given time. You won't lose the Gear Bits when you swap them, so feel free to swap between them as much as you like.

Face Armor and Back Armor don't have slots, so they can't be modified.

 




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    • Anonymous

      05 Jun 2021 00:37  

      I strongly recommend saving before attempting to upgrade armor piece and after that checking your resistances. the reason is when i upgraded my best armor (60 hypoxia resistance, 94 armor with my 4 best addons (to 154 armor), and after saving I realized that game don't count any resistances from my armor, making it useless for my goal 100% all 5 resistances. The same thing also happened with my cap. My last save was hour ago so this wasn't funny, but soon I managed to found same armor again.

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