Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, the tactical adventure game similar to XCOM, will release on Xbox Game Pass the same day it releases on December 4th.
Developed by The Bearded Ladies and published by Funcom, the game will also release on PS4 and PC.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden features strategic gameplay that you would normally see in XCOM. It adds mutant animals reminiscent of Beyond Good and Evil. The mutants have taken over an apocalyptic wasteland in an empty post-human world.
Any fans of strategic combat games like XCOM and Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle should give the game a look. It seems to take popular ideas from other games and combine them to make a new experience. If you pre-order the deluxe edition of the game now on PC, you will receive a demo of the first two to four hours of the game.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is priced at $34.99 for the standard edition and $54.99 for the deluxe edition.
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When John was 4 years-old, his mom bought a Nintendo 64 with Super Mario 64 and the rest is history. Since that day, John has fallen in love with countless gaming franchises and has dived deep into the varied experiences of the many different gaming worlds.
Nowadays, John has a beautiful daughter of his own who loves Minecraft, Pokémon, and the Lego games. John spends most of his gaming time playing Overwatch or whatever new game has caught his eye at the time.
Outside of gaming, John has just finished his online classes for Ashford University where he completed a Bachelor’s degree for Journalism and Mass Communication. He has also started a Youtube gaming channel and is teaching himself how to edit videos and co-hosts a small hour long gaming podcast called the Pixel Street Podcast.
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