Locations for Old World Gadgets and Superb Loot

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Biomutant is an action RPG, made in a dystopian world. The game furnishes the players with a progression of melee weapons and ranged weapons to bring down their adversaries. It additionally has a loot system as all RPGs do. Looting and Crafting will be key to upgrading the character that the player uses. Many have been wondering about the Biomutant Bricktown Superb Loot Location.Biomutant Bricktown Superb Loot LocationBiomutant Bricktown is a location that players will visit early on in the game and Biomutant Collectibles are scattered in this area. Like all locations, the area consists of valuable loot that players will need to acquire. Biomutant Bricktown consists of 3 Old World Gadgets and one piece of Superb Loot. These are quite difficult to find, as they are hidden well, and the players will have to solve a Biomutant puzzle in order to...

Biomutant Old World Gadget Locations Guide

Biomutant Old World Gadget Locations
An Old World Gadget is essentially a type of collectible in Biomutant, collecting which gains you rewards like weapons and XP. Our Biomutant Old World Gadget Locations Guide takes a dig into the locations of all the Old World Gadgets you can find in Biomutant. Biomutant Old World Gadget Locations There are 24 of these gadgets in the game that you can get your hands on. However, to obtain the Old World Gadgets trophy and achievement, you’ll need to find only 15. There is normally more than one Old World Gadget of the same type. However, you only need to get one Gadget of each of the fifteen unique types for acquiring the aforementioned trophy. Whenever interacting with these gadgets, you’ll prompt a puzzle. Solving them is quite simple, and the instructions will be displayed on your screen. Once a puzzle is resolved, you’ll be able to grab...

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