Mutant Year Zero Seed Of Evil Expansion Out In July

A new playable mutant is Khan the Moose

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Mutant Year Zero Seed Of Evil Expansion Out In July

Mutant Year Zero Seed Of Evil Expansion Out In July

Seed of Evil will take place after the main story and features new maps like the Hall of Electric Coffins and Mausoleum of Suburbia, new enemies, ways to improve mutations, new gear, and a tough new adversary from the Zone. You also get a new playable mutant in Big Khan, a moose who can use his strength to score critical hits against foes. He’s also equipped with Ground Pound and Flame Puke for taking out crowds.

During the Epic Games keynote at GDC 2019, Funcom and The Bearded Ladies announced that Mutant Year Zero was on its way to Nintendo Switch. The Switch version will come with an expansion that is also going to be available on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. “Seed of Evil” introduces a new area and so much more to the game.

Seed of Evil, the expansion to Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is coming to PC, Xbox One… PlayStation 4… and Nintendo Switch on July 30… Yep, that’s right Nintendo Switch… fans, that means the full game will also be released on Switch on July 30… The expansion will not only contain hours of additional gameplay, there will also be new locations to visit and a brand new playable character, Khan the Moose!

If you haven’t played Mutant Year Zero, you’ll be able to buy the base game and expansion as a bundle. The package will cost $40 on all systems.

New features and Content 

Seed of Evil brings a wide breadth of new content to Mutant Year Zero. Discover huge new maps, battle new enemies, improve your mutations, equip new gear, and face off against a vicious new adversary. 

Continue the main story 

See what happens after the ending of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. The lives of Bormin, Dux, Pripp and the others at the Ark continue. New events are unfolding as the weight of their new knowledge weigh down on them, and a new enemy appears from the shadows of the Zone. 

Meet Big Khan, a brand-new playable Mutant 

Buying the Seed of Evil expansion lets you add an entirely new Mutant to the team: Big Khan the moose. He is a veteran Stalker who has been exploring the Zone on his own in self-imposed exile. His size and strength make him an excellent fighter, capable of landing highly damaging critical hits against enemies. His unique mutations are Ground Pound and Flame Puke, attacks that make him effective at dealing with groups of enemies.

A new threat rises 

The Ark has become enveloped in mysterious roots, and many of its inhabitants seem different from their normal selves. Even the Zone Ghouls seem to have changed. This new menace threatens not only the Ark, but the entire Zone, and it’s up to your team of Stalkers to set things right!  

The new storyline in Seed of Evil offers new challenges in brand new maps. You will visit the Hall of Electric Coffins and the Mausoleum of Suburbia, to name a few. These areas are populated with new enemies, forcing you to rethink your regular tactics. 

Improve your mutations 

We’re introducing a brand-new mechanic in Seed of Evil that will allow you to upgrade and improve your mutations. Upgrade Bormin’s Hog Rush to a Bear Smash for increased power, or change Corpse Eater to Corpse Feaster, so recovering HP no longer costs an Action Point. Dux’ Moth Wings can be upgraded to Wings of the Sniper, which removes all range penalties from shots when flying.

Retake lost territory 

Zone Ghouls and Polis Bots are once again encroaching on places like the Spear of Heaven or the Sea Titans. This time they’re stronger than ever and your Stalker team is tasked with clearing them out. Beware, though, the enemies are stronger than before! 

New release date 

We have decided to move the release date for Seed of Evil and the retail Deluxe Edition of Road to Eden back a month. The new release date for Mutant year Zero: Seed of Evil, and the retail Deluxe Edition, is July 30th for all platforms.

Seed of Evil will be coming to Mutant Year Zero on July 30th priced at $14.99. Release platforms include PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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