Mutant Year Zero out now on PC and console

Combining XCOM-like tactical combat with real-time stealth.

Publisher Funcom and developers The Bearded Ladies are thrilled to announce that Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, their tactical turn-based combat adventure is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The game is also available on Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass service starting today as well. Featuring a cast of unlikely anthropomorphic characters such as Borin and Dux, the badass boar and waterfowl that is synonymous with the game thanks to the cinematic reveal trailer earlier this year. The game is part of a broader Mutant IP which includes the 80s pen and paper RPG Mutant that has a loyal following across the world and is frequently seeing new releases.

Haraldur Thormundsson CEO and self-proclaimed Circus Direct over at The Bearded Ladies, recently had this to say regarding the long challenging development cycle of the game and how Funcom helped finish it off.

“We are a small indie team and it has been a long and challenging journey getting to where we are today, but we are incredibly proud of what we have created with Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. With Funcom’s support we have had the opportunity to create the game we have always wanted to make. Now it is in the hands of the players and we cannot wait to hear what they have to say about it.”

If you are interested in picking up the game for yourself on PC, be sure to head over to the Mutant Year Zero Steam page and grab it for £29.99 / $34.99. Additionally, there is also a Deluxe Edition of the game as well which includes a digital version of the latest Mutant pen and paper RPG book as well as an artbook, a soundtrack and a desktop wallpaper for £47.99 / $54.99. For those who are playing on console, the game is available for £29.99 / $34.99

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