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Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition Available For Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC/Steam

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition Available For Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC/Steam

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition is available now both digitally and at retail for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/Steam.

Mutant Football League is making its debut on Nintendo Switch with the Dynasty Edition, making it the only football game available on the Nintendo Switch platform this year. Along with the other consoles, the Dynasty Edition includes all downloadable content.

Dynasty Edition is the long awaited follow-up to 2017’s unapologetic, bloody successful Mutant Footbal League. The Dynasty Edition includes Dynasty Mode, a single player experience where you become the coach and GM of your favorite Mutant Football League team and take a group of unproven rookies and turn them into monstrous all-stars by winning multiple Mayhem Bowls over several seasons to become the league’s next Dynasty. It includes multiple season gameplay, player trades, cumulative player experience (XP), salary management, custom playbooks and free agent signings.

“Our passionate and dedicated community asked us for new ways to expand their Mutant Football League experience beyond the core gameplay,” said Michael Mendheim, Creative Director of Digital Dreams. “The new Dynasty Edition gives players more bone-crunching content than ever before, including a highly requested single-player campaign, and fun new teams and tricks to try out solo or multiplayer.”

The Dynasty Edition also introduces two brand new species, four new teams (six with the retail edition), several new Dirty Tricks and of course, more fantastical arenas full of ruthless spectators and deadly traps.

The Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition includes:

  • Retail Timed Exclusive Content – New contenders are stomping onto the field, with the addition of two new teams, the Purple Mutant Eaters and Hexxon Oilers, each with their own arena;
  • Dynasty Mode – Become the coach and GM of your favorite MFL team. Win multiple championships to become the leagues next Dynasty. Includes roster management, team salary caps, custom playbooks, player trades, cumulative player XP, free agent signings and multiple season gameplay;
  • New Playable Races – Rampaging Werewolves and Hell-Spawned Demons join wisecracking Skeletal Deadheads, Armored Bruiserbots, Criminal Aliens, Mutated Humans, and Monstrous Orcs on the field;
  • Multiplayer Options – Two-player online or four-player local multiplayer gives gamers the choice to clobber one another or team up and crush opposing miscreants;
  • Unique Teams and Fields – Players can select from 25 teams including the Nuked London Hatriots, the Killadelphia Evils and the New Goreleans Zombies, and 24 unique fields that offer a slew of deadly obstacles including landmines, booby traps, fire pits, toxic moats and buzz saws;
  • Hall of Fame Commentary – Original announcer of NBA Jam and NFL Blitz, Tim Kitzrow delivers unforgettable, adult-oriented play-by-play commentary for every game;
  • Dirty Tricks Gameplay – Players can get their hands dirty for an advantage, with tactics such as Bribe the Ref, throw Bombs, or equip Shotguns and Chainsaws to inflict maximum carnage against the unsuspecting competition;
  • Multiple Play Modes – Punishing play modes include Training Camp, Exhibition, Practice, Playoffs and Full Season;
  • Post-Play Mayhem – Players can keep the action going even after the whistle blows by bludgeoning opponents with brass knuckles, body slams, and rib-crushing kicks.
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  1. Picked it up on release but haven't played it yet... The teams are spin offs of nfl teams.. I wish a company would see this an make a 11 on 11 football simulation.. we don't need the nfl license just creatively within leagal reason
    I'm excited to play this when I get home. It's something entirely different than NFL football so I don't really correlate it with other potential Sim games. Just good ol fashion fun in trying to beat your opponent through attrition.
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    Early impressions are good and bad. The hand is fun, love the announcers, the refs, the dirty plays, the traps on the field etc.
    I don't really like the direction they took with dynasty mode though. For one I hate when games lock in a difficulty setting at the launch of a dynasty. It would have been nice if I could have started at a lower difficulty and increased it as I got better at the game.
    I also don't like how you start with an all rookie team. Combined with already having a higher difficulty than I'm prepared for (setting it high so the game doesn't become too easy later) it makes things unnecessarily difficult.
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    ElectricAggie
    I bought the game last year. How do I get the Dynasty Edition without having to pay another $30?
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    From what I understand if you bought the game on Xbox during their game preview (when it was first released) or you were a kickstarter backer, you will be able to get the Dynasty Edition dlc for free. This will happen during the store's Thanksgiving sale, not sure when it starts, where you will go to the store and be able to download the DLC for free.
    If that doesn't meet when / what system you bought it for then you will still be able to buy all the DLC for I believe $11.99. This is information I received in an email from the developers.
    opd897
    From what I understand if you bought the game on Xbox during their game preview (when it was first released) or you were a kickstarter backer, you will be able to get the Dynasty Edition dlc for free. This will happen during the store's Thanksgiving sale, not sure when it starts, where you will go to the store and be able to download the DLC for free.
    If that doesn't meet when / what system you bought it for then you will still be able to buy all the DLC for I believe $11.99. This is information I received in an email from the developers.

    Yes, if you bought initially (at least on Kickstarter) you should have received a code by e-mail to redeem for the bundle. I had a tough time figuring out how to use the code (I have never used DLC before), but got it to work. Really cool move by the developer to give us backers the added benefit. Love these guys!
    GlennN
    Yes, if you bought initially (at least on Kickstarter) you should have received a code by e-mail to redeem for the bundle. I had a tough time figuring out how to use the code (I have never used DLC before), but got it to work. Really cool move by the developer to give us backers the added benefit. Love these guys!

    Who was the DEV you spoke to? I was an original Kickstarter backer but still have not received my Xbox One Code. If it is coming during the Thanksgiving sale then fine but that was not the impression I got from Michael Mendenheim who said I should have received the code by 1 November at the latest. I emailed him and he apologized stating they can't control when Microsoft sends out the codes.
    Kayotick
    Who was the DEV you spoke to? I was an original Kickstarter backer but still have not received my Xbox One Code. If it is coming during the Thanksgiving sale then fine but that was not the impression I got from Michael Mendenheim who said I should have received the code by 1 November at the latest. I emailed him and he apologized stating they can't control when Microsoft sends out the codes.

    I bought the game preview version early on and haven't received a code yet either.
    Kayotick
    Who was the DEV you spoke to? I was an original Kickstarter backer but still have not received my Xbox One Code. If it is coming during the Thanksgiving sale then fine but that was not the impression I got from Michael Mendenheim who said I should have received the code by 1 November at the latest. I emailed him and he apologized stating they can't control when Microsoft sends out the codes.

    I didn't actually speak to any of the developers. I was also in the kickstarter campaign, and I got it on the PS4. Yes, it is Michael that I get the e-mails and updates from. Since I did get my code, it makes sense that the hang up for you is Microsoft. That sucks!
    Update: I received a code from Xbox live for the dynasty game mode and other DLC. I was excited to play as the Hexxon Oilers (Houston Texans), but I wasn't able to find them. I also tried to play online mulitplayer, but I wasn't able to connect with anyone.
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