Si vous êtes curieux d’essayer ce jeu de combats d’escouades et d’aventures, bonne nouvelle, une démo est désormais disponible via Steam. Elle permet de jouer jusqu’au au passage où l’on atteint l’Arche, le premier havre pour vos héros. Le tout pour a priori 3 Go à télécharger.
Autre bon point, un patch est venu ajouter une série d’épreuves via de nouvelles cartes. Cela en plus de corriger divers bugs, et d’améliorer la qualité générale du jeu.
Free MYZ: Road to Eden Demo out now on PC
The good news train keeps-a-rollin’! Today we have rolled out a free demo of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden on PC, which you can download through your Steam client.
All content from the beginning of the game, up and including reaching the Ark, will be available in the demo. If you’ve been on the fence about buying Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden you can check out the demo and try before you buy. Or send it to that friend who’s looking for a new game to play.
It’s the perfect opportunity to see if the game is for you.
Stalker Trials Out Now on PC
Welcome Stalkers, to your new testing grounds!
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is expanding with the release of Stalker Trials. This separate challenge mode rolls out in a free update and will truly put your skills as a Mutant Stalker to the test.
All you need to do to access this new content is to patch the game to the latest version. Then you’ll find the Stalker Trials in the main menu.
The game’s maps will be re-populated with different types of enemies to create new challenges for you and your chosen team. All characters, mutations and skills will be available at your fingertips, but you need to buy and upgrade any weapons and armor you think you’ll need.
Out in the Zone, Pripp the bartender will be waiting for you. He’s the brains behind the Stalker Trials, having set up the series of challenges for Dux, Bormin and the rest. As you fight your way through an area, Pripp will score you on your progress and performance, and you’ll be rewarded with extra points and multipliers by performing certain actions, like not taking damage, or killing an enemy with an Overwatch attack.
Your progress will be registered on leaderboards, and the weekly and all-time top players will have an NPC named after them for other players to take down.
Keep watching this space, as there is more to come down the line. We’re not quite ready to talk about it just yet, but we think you’ll like what we’ve got in the pipeline.
Additionally, we’re also adding in some quick fixes and quality of life updates:
STALKER TRIALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
A series of challenging map remixes with leaderboards
Compete worldwide to see who is officially the best stalker.
Added dialogue for chest opening.
Mouse sensitivity slider
Subtitle size slider
Motion blur slider
Crash fix when returning to the dirty old man after finding his stashes.
Fixed all reported instances of crew getting stuck in levels.
Crash fix for rare chain lightning issue.
Improved mouse focus for multi-screen setups.
Fixed issue that made it impossible to throw grenades from the inside to the outside of train carts
Fixed issue where killing with a mind-controlled unit could cause the next unit to loose its turn
Melee attacks with possessed units now always cause the same damage as they would have being on the other team.
Fixed issue that allowed Tank Ghouls to charge cloaked units
Fixed issue where player would lose an action point when being caught sneaking
Fixed issue with molotovs thrown onto train roofs
Fixed issue that would cause Zone Dogs to be stuck in midair when knocked off certain buildings.
Fixed reported instances of enemies shooting through walls
Skull countdown icons removed from character portraits. Didn’t really work well and added clutter.
25% Penalty removed from kneeshot
Melee health bars are now working correctly
DRM is disabled
Many other small fixes and tweaks