Somehow there are still gamers out there who do not know what Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden actually is. It seems weird to me as we have been covering it for a while now and bringing you every bit that we get from The Bearded Ladies on the game. Maybe it just has not caught your eye as of yet or you still think that we are talking about the Mutant Year Zero pen and paper game instead of the video game one. No matter the case, we would be doing our friends over at Funcom a disservice if we did not go over it one more time for you so you are ready for December 4th when it hits the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Better yet, we can let the team go over it again with the latest video for Mutant Year Zero that has dropped where we get a bit of the rehash and a bit of the new. At least new in the way of how the team will be mixing in a bit of story to the narrative through unusual ways for video games. Unusual as in rarely used and not as in something being tested as a whole new way to do things. Although given that it looks like Mutant Year Zero is trying to fix the issues gamers have with general tactical-based games, I would not be surprised if we get more genre-breaking or fixing things along the way.
For those who are fully up to speed on Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden, there is a bit more here for you to take in as well. At least in terms of how the lore and basic story will be set up. Like the fact that it will be Dux and Bormin from the start of it all and other mutants will join up along the way and not the basic three we have been seeing so far. You also get to see one of my favorite back and forths between the characters over "old world" technology and what it actually is to them. Something that has been stated as mixed in all over the place as this is 500 years later or so and no one in the world of Mutant Year Zero knows exactly what everything is or was.
Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden — What Is MYZ: Road To Eden?
Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden is a tactical adventure game combining the turn-based combat of XCOM with story, exploration, stealth, and strategy. Take control of a team of Mutants navigating a post-human Earth. Created by a team including former Hitman leads and the designer of Payday.
Are you fully up on Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden now or do you still need more to go with? Did you spot the possible "new" mutant in the mix here or was it just a fancy way to show off the only other one we have already seen so far? What are your thoughts on how they are digging into the past items and how they see it all? Let the world out there know what you are thinking down in the comments and then discuss. For more Mutant Year Zero, be sure to stay right here. We will keep bringing you all that we can get our hands on as we wait for the release date to finally come.