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If you thought you'd be limited to playing Turtle Rock's asymmetrical 4 v 1 shooter, Evolve, online with friends, you'll be pleased to know that the developers have confirmed that the game can be played offline too! If you're unsure how, they've also released a handy how-to video!
For those of you that missed out on Evolves BIG Alpha earlier this year, you'll be pleased to know that next month in January, 2015, Xbox One players will be able to take part in an exclusive open beta!
Turtle Rock have today released some information today about the third monster that players can either play as, or choose to play against in...
What we know for sure about Turtle Rock's upcoming four versus one shooter is that despite being pit against four people with guns, the monster still has a good chance of kicking some ass when it comes to it. We also know that the game offers a unique blend of co-operative and competitive play, but one thing we're all a little unsure about is why exactly we're taking down the Goliath and the four other monsters available for players to become.
Fans of Turtle Rock's upcoming 4v1 shooter, Evolve, are being enlisted to help name the next monster to appear in the game, the developers have revealed this week. Currently the game has two confirmed monsters, The Goliath and The Kraken, and they want your help to name the next monster a single player can play as when the game launches on February 10, 2015.
In a recent interview with IGN, Phil Robb, the creative director of Evolve, has stated that all players will be given DLC maps for...
At the end of last month we saw the beginning of Turtle Rock's Evolve 'Big Alpha' which allowed players to dive right into the developers upcoming 4v1 shooter which is set to launch on February 10, 2015. It was not only a chance for us to dive into the game and really put the servers to the test, it was also a chance for Turtle Rock to compile data as to how we all did, what class players chose to play as the most, and how well players did as both humans and monsters.
If the Goliath monster from Turtle Rock's upcoming 4v1 shooter, Evolve, had a dating profile it would likely have all of the other female Goliath's swooning at his giant feet when he adds that he loves 'skipping with his friends,' or at least that's how I imagine things going down after seeing the above gameplay clip.
For those of you who own a PlayStation 4, you may have thought that you were going to miss the Evolve Big Alpha all together, an annoying prospect considering most people got into the Alpha by pre-ordering the 4v1 title. Thankfully 2K has some good news for you, the Alpha is now available on PlayStation 4!
This week there have been many reports of players struggling to access the PlayStation Network following the launch of the PlayStation 4's v2.00 update. Along with connection issues several other issues have arose too causing Sony to put many things on hold whilst they figure out a solution to the problem. As a result, the stripped down PlayStation Plus version of DrivClub has been delayed indefinitely and now Turtle Rock's Evolve Alpha has now been delayed.
In Turtle Rock's upcoming 4v1 co-operative shooter, Evolve, one of the many creatures that the quartet will be facing is the Goliath. Until now the spiked creature was a think of fiction, unable to be touched, and something you could only look at, albeit for a few minutes before it tore you in half. Now however, game replica maker TriForce is releasing a 29-inch monster of a statue that you can actually touch without fear of getting your head chewed off.
Evolve, developed by Turtle Rock Studios has scooped up 5 out of 13 awards at this years Gamescom adding to their already long list of accolades from previous events including Best of Show, and Best Console Game at E3 this year.
Turtle Rock Studios have today announced at Gamescom in Cologne that the Beta for Evolve will be exclusive to Xbox One and that it will be available January 2015, a month before the games official release. The team behind the game also Demo'd Evolve live at the Microsoft Press Conference with 4 players going up against a level three Kraken.
With the recent influx of delayed titles it comes as no surprise that one of the most anticipated multiplayer shooters, Evolve, has also been delayed until early next year. Take-Two announced last night that Turtle Rock's 4v1 shooter has been pushed back to give the developers more time to polish the game - *sigh*
You better get on the ball too if you want to be in with a chance to join like-minded monster hunters too as it looks as though Turtle Rock will be selecting participants as soon as July the 5th... That's tomorrow!