Patch 1.3 for Evolve has been released by developer Turtle Rock Studios.
This latest update is all about the balancing and focuses on the Wraith and Kraken monsters, which also ties in rather nicely with the upcoming free maps that are due to arrive.
2K and developer Turtle Rock Studios have today revealed the details of the four brand new hunters and new Behemoth monster that will be coming to Evolve in just a couple of weeks.
Additionally, the 4 vs 1 shooter will also receive two completely brand new map for folks to shoot/eat about in, too.
Just as was, Evolve developer will release two free maps for the multiplayer monster-hunter this April, Broken Hill Foundry and Broken Hill Mine.
The two new levels will support all of Evolve's game modes, including the narrative Evacuation campaign - the latter comes with some "pretty sweet new Evacuation campaign effects", according to the devs.
Update 1.1for monster-hunting shooter Evolve, bringing some of the most exciting changes you're ever likely to see in a list of patch notes.
No wait. I mean the opposite of that. Instead we get such gems as an FOV slider, better Direct X stability, and “improved 21:9 monitor support”. Very sexy stuff.
UK physical sales of's Dying Light are higher than both Turtle Rock's Evolve and PS4 shooter The Order: 1886, despite the game launching on digital last month and only releasing on disc last week.
It seems like the Polish studio has mastered its open-world zombie formula after a few decent but rather repetitive efforts - this is the second week that the game's spent at number one.