The MOP Up: Mutant Year Zero breaks down the barriers


I think a lot of us unfamiliar with the IP might be giving Funcom’s upcoming Mutant Year Zero a wary look and a wide berth. But the studio is attempting to break down those barriers to understanding with a dev diary that delivers an overview of the game proper.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a game that combines exploration, stealth, tactical combat, and finding answers,” Funcom said. “The game is based on a Swedish pen-and-paper role-playing game from 2014, set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity has almost gone instinct and mutants have risen up to take their place.”

Read on for a roundup of other smaller MMO news stories and videos from this past week in this edition of The MOP Up (and if you don’t see a news story that we should have, drop us a tip)!

Waven (above), the Wakfu spin-off, explained the super-exciting (at least to them!) boss fight mode. [Thanks Avaera!]

Some much-needed fixes to Dark and Light’s Sacred Path and Shard of Faith are coming this week.

You’re going to meet a lot of interesting characters in Elder Scrolls Online’s Murkmire, including one Xukas.

TERA Online is preparing to make its debut in Southeast Asia this November, so get ready for some monster slayin’!

A small bug-fixing patch nerfed Lord of the Rings Online’s high-level mobs a bit and cut back on the Shire pollution.

Level 50 subscribers can grab themselves a free 17th anniversary gift box from Dark Age of Camelot!

Team shooter Dirty Bomb has decided to end development, although its servers will remain online.

The mighty dragon Shaoran got some tweaks to keep him in line with his family in the latest Trove patch.

Blade and Soul: Revolution is creating 20 additional servers to handle the flood of name reservations.

Who made the best Path of Exile craft of them all? Find out the results of this community contest! [Thanks BalsBigBrother!]

Rogalia is the sandbox with fantasy open world, meal-based character leveling, nice graphics and cozy atmosphere.” You had me at “meal-based.”

TERA’s Deathwrack update is coming to console on October 30th:

The Civil War battle simulator War of Rights is getting even more realistic with the addition of dynamic weather:

What was it like to make Star Wars: The Old Republic? Take a trip back in time to watch this GDC postmortem:

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