Arnie in, Ripley in Aliens; every decent group of monster hunters needs a charismatic leader to look to when the chips are down and everyone's limbs have been devoured.
William Cabot is Evolve's huntmaster, but he also functions as an in-game support character. Developer Turtle Rock has released ademonstrating his particular set of skills.
Four player monster-hunting shooter Evolve is about to get a so-called 'Big Alpha' test, and developerhas revealed the you'll need to run it.
Turtle Rock stresses that these aren't the final specs for the game, just what's required at this stage of development. Can't see it changing too much between now and then, though.
2K Games and Turtle RockEvolve's second closed Alpha testing phase at PAX Prime this weekend. Turtle Rock are calling it the "Big Alpha", and they'll be distributing keys through various outlets in the run up to the as yet unannounced start date.co-op alien hunting shooter
If you want to try the game out you'll want to keep an eye out for codes on Evolve's Twitter account, Facebook and various other social media websites.
Turtle Rock's co-operative monster-hunting shooter Evolve won't make its original projected release date, publisher Take Two has revealed.
Instead of launching in October 21 as was first claimed, the title will slip back to February 10, 2015. Take Two CEO Strauss Zelnick confirmed the news in an investor call yesterday, pointing to February as a better release date that would avoid clashing with several high-profile launches.
Co-op shooter Evolve's second announced monster, the Kraken, has a very different style from the in-your-face brutality of his buddy the Goliath.
As you can see for yourself in this new video courtesy, Mr. Kraken's interests include flying above the battlefield and melting people with concentrated lightning bursts.