Funcom Reveals ‘Seed of Evil’, An Upcoming Expansion for Mutant Year Zero

Game set for Nintendo Switch launch – Expansion to be released on July 30th – New playable mutant announced – The expansion to the award-winning tactical adventure game picks up where the original game ended and introduces a new playable character, Big Khan the Moose.

Hours of gameplay, new locations to visit and a new leading character await fans of the award-winning tactical adventure game Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, as Funcom and The Bearded Ladies today announce the upcoming expansion Seed of Evil.

The turn-based tactical adventure game Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden received critical acclaim for its gameplay, artwork and captivating characters. Set in post-apocalyptic Sweden, the player controls a group of mutants searching through the ruins of civilization for salvation or simply something to eat. Using a mixture of stealth and combat strategy, while evolving your characters through a series of interesting mutations, is paramount to overcoming the evil that is threatening to eradicate what is left of decent society.

A new menace is looming in the expansion. Powerful and ominous roots have emerged and seem to be taking control over the minds of friends and foes alike. Fortunately, a new hero has arrived, and players can now add Big Khan the moose to their squad of mutants. He is not only skilled at landing critical hits but comes with the unique mutations Ground Pound and Flame Puke, giving the option to apply a more diverse playstyle in order to succeed.

The expansion and the retail release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch was originally set to release on June 25th. The new release date is now July 30th. The expansion and the full game will also be available digitally on all platforms.

PC gamers can preorder the expansion on Steam later today for $ 14.99 (pricing may differ across territories). A Digital Deluxe Edition will also be released today on Steam, consisting of both the original game and the upcoming expansion. The Deluxe Edition will also be available in retail.

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Switch Craft Show Notes 314

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Funcom announces Mutant Year Zero coming to Nintendo Switch this summer with DLC expansion and retail release

Mutant Year Zero on its way to Switch!

During today’s Epic keynote at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, publisher Funcom and the developers at The Bearded Ladies announced from the stage that Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is finally making its way to Nintendo Switch and that the date to mark in your calendar is June 25th, 2019. It was also announced that the Nintendo Switch version will come with an expansion DLC that will also be available for purchase on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Lastly, it was announced that a retail Deluxe Edition will also release on June 25th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch which will include both the base game and the expansion DLC. 

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Hey Bill! Been lurking here and listening to your podcasts for a while now, thanks for all you do! Wanted to ask a question, not sure if this has been touched on in any of the older episodes or discussed in other channels, but have you ever dealt with the issue that’s being referred to as joy-con drift? It’s where the joy-con analogue stick would start inputting a direction despite being in a neutral/idle position or continue inputting a direction after being let go. Pretty much all my friends with a Switch, including both Switches in my household had this problem start occuring after 1-3 months after using their console. Usually a spray or 2 of compressed air under the rubber flap will make it go away, but it’s always temporary. If you’ve dealt with this, maybe you’ve found a way to deal with it and figured out a more long-term solution?

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