Gamers who were looking forward to playing the new Evolve game currently under development by Turtle Rock Studios and expected to be released on October 21st, 2014. Will be disappointed to learn that the games publishers 2K Games have today revealed during its latest earnings call that the Evolve release date has now been pushed back to February 10th, 2015.
The highly anticipated and innovative Evolve game is a co-operative first-person shooter, that allows four human players to hunt an alien monster controlled by a fifth player. Check out 20 minutes of Evolve gameplay featuring one of the unveiled Evolve monsters after the jump.
“The Evolve game will feature a variety of maps, one of which being a large jungle, with some industrial elements where players can take shelter. There are various power ups that can be taken by both hunters and monster players through killing the local wildlife.
Victory is achieved for the hunters by killing the monster, while the monster can either kill the four hunters, or complete a secondary objective such as destroying a human base or power plant. The hunters are made up of four classes: a trapper, a support, a medic, and an assault class. Each class will contain a variety of different hunters with different play-styles.”
Evolve will now be launching on February 10th, 2015 and will be available to play on both Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One next-generation consoles as well as PC systems.
Source: 2K Games
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