Made a Great Game Even Better – Press Reaction to MYZ expansion

Yesterday, we launched Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil on PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch (PS4 to follow). We also launched Road to Eden on Nintendo Switch, which is our first Switch release ever.

It’s been great fun seeing all the positive reactions to the new content in the expansion. We’ve gathered up some of the press reactions to both the Switch version and Seed of Evil, in case you wanted to see what the games press has been saying about the game and the expansion.

Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil

Windows Central – This expansion makes a great game even better

Windows Central slapped Seed of Evil with a Recommended badge and a 4.5/5 , saying the expansion “offers a plethora of fun new content to enjoy that any fan of Mutant Year Zero will love”:

If you enjoyed the base game, than you’d be crazy not to buy this expansion. It takes everything that Mutant Year Zero does so well and expands upon it tremendously.

Brendan Lowry,

Head on over to Windows Central’s website to find their review.

IGN – A tree with shallow roots, but still worth climbing

Seed of Evil got an 8/10 from IGN’s Mike Epstein, who called it “an expansion in its simplest, most direct form: there’s simply more of it”:

Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil is more Mutant Year Zero, plain and simple. Though its attempts to evolve the mechanics and systems aren’t particularly successful (with the exception of your new fire-breathing moose companion), planning and plowing through enemies remains satisfying.

Mike Epstein,

You can find IGN’s full review by clicking on this link.

Entertainium – If you’ve been looking for a good excuse to jump back into Mutant Year Zero, you’re in luck

Eduardo Reboucas from Entertainium found himself enamored by Seed of Evil and the new content:

Funcom and The Bearded Ladies struck gold with Mutant Year Zero, and it’s fantastic to have another reason to jump back in thanks to Seed of Evil […] If you enjoyed the base game as much as I did, you’ve probably been biting at the chance to keep playing, and Seed of Evil more than satisfies that itch. 

Eduardo Reboucas, Entertainium

Read his full review over on

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden on Switch

Nintendo Life – Duck and cover

While critical of the game’s visual, Nintendo Life gave Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden on Nintendo Switch an 8/10, calling it a great addition to the genre:

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is one of the best additions to the tactical RPG genre years; a well-written and rewarding experience that combines the creative use of stealth found in the legacy of its ex-Hitman developers with a world that’s full of interesting characters and ideas. Almost every game in this genre lives in the shadow of XCOM, but Mutant offers enough new ideas to set itself apart.

Dom Reseigh-Lincoln,

You can find the full review on

Metro – Very a-moose-ing

UK web magazine Metro gave Road to Eden on the Switch another 8/10, saying that Seed of Evil adds more content to an already great game:

More than just XCOM with talking animals, this inventive strategy game has plenty of new ideas of its own

Head over to Metro’s website for the full review