Only months since its original release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, The Bearded Ladies are bringing their critically-acclaimed title is heading to Switch with some brand-spanking-new expansion.
Since our review for Mutant Year Zero: The Road to Eden, we’ve spent a decent amount of time with the game, taking our time to smash through its more challenging difficulties; listening to Bormin and Dux banter between one another while smashing through waves of confrontational jerks in The Zone.
Now, this title, which we called it a game that features “a well-designed post-apocalyptic atmosphere, solid tactical gameplay elements, and an in-depth combat system,” in our review, scoring it at an 8.75 – is headed to the Nintendo Switch alongside a brand new expansion DLC, which will also be available across all platforms on June 25th, 2019.
The retail Deluxe Edition will also release on that date, which will include the base game and the expansion DLC, allowing fans to get a one-of-a-kind gaming experience they can hold. The retail edition will be co-published with Maximum Games and is now available for pre-order for $39.99 at participating retailers.
“Ever since we started working on this game, we have always felt it would be a perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch,” said Haraldur Thormundsson, CEO of The Bearded Ladies. “The game lends itself really well to the Switch controls and the pacing of the tactical turn-based combat is perfect for an on-the-go, handheld console. We are also excited for the opportunity to tell another Mutant Year Zero story with the new expansion DLC, and we look forward to talking more about that soon.”
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with a release date of June 25th, 2019, for Nintendo Switch.
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