Post-apocalyptic biomutants have become very large in size, making it a priority to obtain various modes of transport as quickly as possible. Although you’ll find several mounts as you play, one of the most useful pieces of equipment is the Air Glider, which is actually a locked vehicle in side quests.
If you want to fly across the sky or see the beauty of the world of Biomutants from above, the Air Glider is a must have. And in this Biomutant guide we will discuss how to unlock the Air Glider.
What is an Air Glider?
Just like Breath of the Wild and Genshin Impact, Biomutant gives you plenty of opportunities to jump off cliffs and fly into the wind. The Air Glider is basically a parachute, where you can glide at a height, and then slowly slide back down.
This is a very effective way to cross the many rivers scattered throughout the Biomutant world as well as a better way to travel long distances.
How to Get an Air Glider?
Despite being one of the most interesting ways to explore the game’s world, Air Glider is locked behind a side quest some distance away. If you only follow the Main Quest, you will never get this gravity-defying item.
To unlock the locked Air Glider, keep following the side quest The Mirage. This quest can be found in various locations throughout Biomutant, and you will find it several times as you go through the Main Quest. However, this game does not require you to complete it before continuing the storyline.
You can complete the entire game but don’t get the Air Glider.
Once you accept the side quest The Mirage, it will take less than five minutes to complete. Simply defeat one opponent in hand-to-hand or hand-to-hand combat, and you’ll be awarded four unlockable items. Choose Air Glider, then now you can fly freely.
How to Use Air Glider
To use the Air Glider is very easy, just press and hold the “Jump” at the end of the double jump. This will trigger the Air Glider, slowing your descent. Your jump must start at a higher altitude than your intended landing location, otherwise the Air Glider will not stretch properly.
Controlling the Air Glider is similar to basic movement controls, although moving forward will also make you fall to the ground faster. If you want to stay in the air for a long time, it’s best to try and move backwards, this will tilt the Air Glider and will naturally slow down the landing rate.