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How To Get All Environmental Suits In Biomutant

How To Get All Environmental Suits In Biomutant
You need protection against Hypoxia, Heat, and other environmental hazards in Biomutant. This guide on How To Get All Environmental Suits In Biomutant will tell you how you can unlock each of the suits to protect you against the various hazardous aspects of the environment.

All of the hazards in the world have a counter suit that let’s you explore those areas without the fear of immediate death. They are all obtained in a similar method, completing a specific side quest. The side quests themselves are very simple, everything is marked on the map, so you can track down the objectives and complete them easily. However, finding the side quests in Biomutant can be tough so we’ll get you started on everything you need to know.

  • Heat Zone – Heat Zone Suit
  • Hypoxia Zone – Oxygen Suit
  • Biohzard – Biohazard Suit
  • Cold Zone – Cold Zone Suit

How To Get All Environmental Suits In Biomutant

The first hazard you are likely to encounter is Hypoxia but unfortunately, you’re not able to do anything about that just yet. You first need to get the Heatzone suit. Each quest starts the same. You approach a hazard area and once you are in the hazard for a few seconds, a cut-scene will play. After the cut-scene you will unlock a new side quest that will set you on the path to find the appropriate suit.

Heatzone Suit

Heatzone Suit
Head to this location on the map. This is a Heat Zone. You can easily spot it from a distance as it’s surrounded in red mist. As you get closer you’ll notice red rocks and other clues to the Heat Zone. Approach with caution and just sit on the edge so that it says “Heat Zone” in the top right corner. After a couple of seconds you will get the side quest to get your Heatzone Suit. Simply follow the objectives to get the suit.

The Oxygen Suit

The Oxygen Suit
You will discover a Hypoxia area much earlier in the game, near the start, but you cannot do anything initially because the Oxygen Suit is trapped inside a Heat Zone. So, after you have the Heat Zone suit, you can get the Oxygen Suit. If you somehow missed the earlier Hypoxia part, there’s a huge area to the West that is all Hypoxia, the Dead Zone. Make sure you’re at ground level, where all the plants and everything is dead.

The Biohazard Suit

The Biohazard Suit
The Biohazard Suit allows you to explore Biohazard areas. There’s a destroyed nuclear power plant at this location. As with the others, approach and stay in the biohazard for a few seconds and you will get the Biohazard Suit quest.

The Coldzone Suit

The Coldzone Suit
The final environmental hazard is Cold Zones. You will need to head to the location I’m standing above. There’s a Cold Zone area here. Simply stand in the area as before, until the cut-scene plays and you can get the quest.

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