This sci-fi multiplayer-focused shooter pits a four-player crew of alien hunters against a separate player-controlled monster that grows larger and more powerful over the course of matches. Each hunter features its own unique items and abilities, and while the monster may be outnumbered, its size and an assortment of devastating attacks make it a more than formidable foe. Like Turtle Rock's previous titles, Evolve is being built with variety and replayabilty in mind; the result is a novel mix of cooperative and competitive multiplayer elements that's unlike anything we've played before.
You know that scene in Ghostbusters when they’re in the hotel ballroom trying to capture Slimer? That’s pretty much what Evolve feels like when you first start playing. Assuming you’re the hunter, you and three others follow the tracks of a giant alien monster, using environmental clues to track it down. And when you do find it, you throw down a giant bubble and start blasting away. It’s chaos, pure mayhem. And though it can sometimes be a problem for the game, it does result in some pretty intense gameplay moments. While Evolve offers various game modes, they all revolve around the same premise of four hunters versus one hulking behemoth. Hunt is by far the most popular mode and tasks the hunters with killing the monster before it can destroy the power... Read Review