Mutant Year Zero Road to Eden description
Published by Funcom during the winter of December 2018, and developed by the Bearded Ladies, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a new tactical game of adventure, combining the turn-based battles with exploration, with an immersive story and with strategy elements.
The game has won several awards, including Windows Central’s Editor Choice 2018, RPS Bestests Bests, Unreal Most Engaging Game, Best Strategy RPG and several others, and it will take players into a post-apocalyptical and post-human land of an evolved Earth, in the adventure of controlling the most creative Mutants.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Story
The story of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is offering a tactical game of adventure here you’ll have to use stealth strategies and real-time exploration in a turn-based fight for survival in a world of ne nature, with new rules and full of interesting Mutants with incredible powers.
Furthermore, the plotline will take to a reclaimed and renewed Earth, where radical climate changes, a lethal genetic mutation, a universal economical crisis and some growing conflicts between newer and older super-abilities are invading the remaining grounds of the Earth, threatening even the last living creatures – the Mutants. While you ill play, you are going to reveal the story of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, one here all humans have been destroyed since the nuclear war of 1945, here no other vegetation than mushrooms and strange plants started to grow towards the west and nature has started to finally invade, for the first time, the Earth. With deformed and animal empowered humanoids entitled Mutants trying to find resources to eat and to survive in this post-apocalyptic scenario, will have to be lead by the player into the most engaging explorations and battles against enemy civilizations.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Mechanics
There is a huge variety of options that mechanics have made possible regarding options and decision making in Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. With a unique combat system, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is the best experience for those who love strategic battles and tactical movements against enemies. Also a great virtual universe for those who love exploring, the game will offer tones of abandoned cities, overgrown countryside and destroyed highways to investigate and search for supplements and new equipments, as well as upgrades and more skills, for better resistance and performance on next adventures.
With a unique set of heroes – Mutants, such as Dux, Selma and Bormin, you will have several personality types and perspectives upon the new situation and the new world that represents their present reality, reflected upon a boar with issues of self control and anger or a huge walking and talking duck with problems of attitude, a crossbow in his hand and a unique sneaking skill of passing unnoticed in a stealth mode right under the noses of the enemies. In this innovative scenario, a dynamic environment is going to help and enhance your every adventure with realistic elements and a non-linear plot, while with each mission completed and progress made along the game, you will be able to unlocw new mutations, new skills and new powers to use in your future travels and battles.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Modes
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is coming in a single player mode, for a solo experiences and a unique personal reflection upon how a world of controllable Mutants would look like, after a mysterious and ready to explore apocalypse has erased the usual humanity from the living planet.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Technical Issues
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden players doesn’t bring annoying usual bugs to deal with, which would mean a great technical performance with only small issues and unimportant occasional glitches, unless there were not so many quite negative opinions of some certain aspects of the game. More exactly, there were some complaints regarding way too tiny maps to explore, not enough zoom available for a better sight while in combat and online connection requirement for available gameplay
Avalibe on: PC, Play Station 4, Xbox One
Publishment year: 2018
Gengre: RPG, Strategy, Science Fiction