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Turtle Rock, the studio behind the fan favourite Left 4 Dead (and not so fan favourite, Evolve) are hiring for an unannounced AAA title.
Evolve, Turtle Rock's ambitious four-versus-one shooter, will finally come to an end this September, the developer has announced.
Fans of Turtle Rock's Evolve have received some pretty bad news this morning: The developer has announced that it has ended development on the game despite its transition to free-to-play.
Turtle Rock Studios have detailed the latest content set to arrive in Evolve: Stage 2 as part of a much larger "Shear Madness" event. The content, titled Cataclysm, adds a new map which is "engulfed in hellfire and molten lava".
Following the free-to-play relaunch of Evolve "Stage 2", Turtle Rock has today released a new update for the game which includes a new playable Hunter, even more balance changes, and a new "try before you buy" option, among other things.
Turtle Rock has revealed this week that Evolve's recent shift to free-to-play has done wonders for the game, bringing in over one million players.
This week Turtle Rock unveiled that Evolve would be going free-to-play in an effort to rekindle interest in the game and make amends for the "DLC shitstorm" which plagued the game's initial release. That move looks to have worked, as the player base skyrocketed as soon as the free-to-play beta launched.
Around two years after the launch of Turtle Rock's 4v1 monster hunter game, Evolve, the developer has today revealed that the game will be going free-to-play in order to breathe some life into the game following it's disappointing reception and "DLC shitstorm".
Evolve, Turtle Rock's ambitious 4v1 shooter/monster hunter game, may be getting something new later this week, as the developers have launched a teaser countdown...
Remember Evolve? That 4v1 shooter/hack and slash game where four "hunters" faced off over an incredibly overpowered monster? If you do, then good news, the game is about to get a brand new Hunter in the form of Dr. Kala Kapur.
Sometimes Evolve matches can drag out a little bit. It's no fault of the game, sometimes monster players decide to play it safe leading hunters around on some sort of wild goose chase in order to evolve and destroy the objective. This can lead to some pretty lengthy matches, so Turtle Rock has decided to cut out all of that and has opted for an arena style deathmatch which is now available for free, for everyone.
Take-Two is primarily the parent company of publishers such as Rockstar Games and 2K Games who as you probably know, are the publishers behind some of the most popular gaming franchises such as GTA V, Borderlands, and several 2K Sports video game series. The past year has been pretty good for Take-Two, though they posted a loss, sales of their titles are on a high, and they've been keen to reveal just how so.
The Behemoth isn't called that for no reason, and in this new video from Turtle Rock you can see exactly why. This beast of a monster has the ability to turn into a rolling ball of molten rock, can spit lava, and can even separate the hunters using a lethal tongue grab. It's pretty brutal. Also in the video you get to see the four new Hunters, which are also coming to the game, in action, and although they have their own unique set of skills, they're really no match for the Behemoth.
Thanks Turtle Rock, the only monster I manage to kick ass with, is getting nerfed in an upcoming patch in addition to several other tweaks on the game. It seems the Wraith was just a little too over powered. Not that I cared, I totally owned the battlefield with that beast..
Brace yourself! If you've pretty much had your fill of Evolve, at the end of this month there's set to be an extra large helping of content coming your way including new maps, new monsters, new hunters, and more. Some of which will be yours absolutely free on March 31.