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  • Summary: Seed of Evil is an expansion to the award-winning tactical adventure game Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden picking up where the original game ended and offering hours of more gameplay, new locations to visit, and a new leading character! Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is available now withSeed of Evil is an expansion to the award-winning tactical adventure game Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden picking up where the original game ended and offering hours of more gameplay, new locations to visit, and a new leading character! Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is available now with Xbox Game Pass. Expand
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  1. Sep 3, 2019
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    Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden: Seed Of Evil picks up where Road to Eden left off. Seed of Evil advances the Mutant Year Zero story but pullsMutant Year Zero: Road To Eden: Seed Of Evil picks up where Road to Eden left off. Seed of Evil advances the Mutant Year Zero story but pulls an about face and diverts you to a new, mystery where your party of mutant stalkers fights an army of plant-based clones threatening the last of humanity. While I got a bit of unease by the way Road to Eden’s cliffhanger ending, the story ultimately does a good job creating some new mystique in a world you’ve already explored. The new story is approximately 6 hours worth of game content which introduces new enemies and fun previously had with the original game. Fans of the original will no doubt enjoy what the Seed of evil offers, but for those that weren't overwhelmed it's not going to do anything to change your mind. A solid DLC mostly free of problems the original game didn't face (since you will revisit some areas of the original game) and a game I for one, personally enjoyed. In the end planning your attacks and defeating your enemies remain fun do well done, little bad yet nothing not seen ultimately in the 1st game, I give the Seed Of Evil DLC a thumbs up! Expand