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Mutant Year Zero Road to Eden expansion delayed to July

Mutant Year Zero expansion called Road to Eden has been delayed to July, Funcom has announced.

Now available on 30 July, Road to Eden will feature a new character in Big Khan, a powerful moose. Moreover, the game’s Nintendo Switch release has been set for the that same day, also delayed to 30 July. Both the expansion and the Switch release were previously dated for 25 June.

“[Big Khan] 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,” Funcom said of the game’s new character.

Those interested in pre-ordering the expansion on PC via Steam can do so later today; the expansion is priced at $14.99 USD.

Mutant Year Zero is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 and heads to Switch in July.

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