If you’ve been playing the recently released rogue-lite title, Bio Prototype, then chances are you’ve been kicked around a few times. The game offers quite a bit of customization options, and for new players, it can be an extremely confusing game.
Between the bombastic waves of enemies and the various kinds of upgrades you can make, it’s enough to get anyone’s head spinning. Luckily for you though, we have quite a bit of knowledge on how it all works! So, let’s talk about how to customize your character in Bio Prototype!
How to Customize Your Character in Bio Prototype
As Bio Prototype’s entire premise is on the basis of mutations of organisms and the like, it makes sense that there’s a lot of jargon that’s thrown around. But it can definitely be confusing at times. As you play the game, you’re going to research more and more Organs that you can use in order to make your character, the Prototype, much stronger.
In fact, not only can Organs give your Prototype special attacks, and passive abilities, but you can also unlock new Prototypes altogether, with their own sets of strengths and weaknesses. In order to get any of this though, you’re going to need to continuously play the game and learn as you go, unlocking both Organs and Prototypes along the way.
Prototypes are permanent creatures that you’ll be able to use over and over, even after failing your research (runs). Organs, however, are only stored for as long as you’re alive. So if you die, you’ll need to acquire them again, but you’ll at least keep your research on them regardless.
Over the course of the various waves you’ll fight in Bio Prototype, you’ll want to pick up the various Cells, as these are a type of XP that can be used in order to evolve your current run’s Prototype. Organs are given out to you every time you either complete a wave or you evolve. There are dozens of Organs that you’ll be able to use over the course of the many waves you’ll face.
It’s important to note that you’ll want to implant any Organs you’re given with a circle symbol before ones with a diamond, otherwise, the connection won’t work. Making sure Organs are compatible can also give you even stronger abilities. You can check if Organs are compatible through their details.
Organs can decay over time with use if they are far from the brain, so be mindful of their health between waves. You can swap Organs around your body between waves via the Mutations screen. Additionally, you can recycle Organs you don’t want for more Cells.
Well, that’s all there is to know about how to customize your character in Bio Prototype! Be sure to check out our other helpful guides, such as “Best User Builds in Bio Prototype”. And like Gamer Journalist on Facebook for even more content!