Lately I’ve been playing a lot of Rainbow Six Siege. It’s really good, but I’m not feeling very optimistic about its long-term prospects.
It’s a tale of two season passes. 2K Games announced a second season pass for Evolve—five new characters, one new monster—while io Interactive told Videogamer its new Hitman will not have a season pass at all, as the game’s extra content is free.
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I've been playing a lot of Evolve over the last week and the questions I hear are all the same: Are you tired of this game yet? Is it really repetitive? The answer to each is, simply, no and yes, respectively.
When you start playing Evolve, you'll probably suck. Even as you get better, you'll still run into players who also suck. It can be frustrating. So, let's skip the learning through trial by (sometimes literal) fire, and get ahead of the curve.
In Evolve, each of the four player classes is supposed to play a specific role in hunting down big, brutal monsters, with the various hunter types playing specific roles to help the team win. So when a glitch lets two support characters spawn and create a five-man team instead of the usual four-man squad, it's a…
Some Evolve players' progress is being wiped when they attempt to try to access their game's data from a second console, myself included. It's not clear why yet, but you should probably avoid playing between consoles if you value your time.
If you're planning on grabbing Evolve when it launches tomorrow, you'll pretty much be getting a multiplayer experience similar in concept to Left 4 Dead where you can take on one of three monsters as one of 12 hunters (or vice versa). But it's a bit more complicated than that.
Evolve can be simplified in many ways, and you've probably heard them all before. It's a first-person shooter. It's like Left 4 Dead, four players banding together, but you're up against a Tank—played by a fifth player—each round. It's one big boss battle, over and over. But the details that go into the new game,…
Above: Excerpt from a press release sent out today by 2K Games, the publisher of the upcoming shooter Evolve.
After an annoying delay, the much-hyped multiplayer shooter Evolve is nearly upon us. Which leads to a more immediate question for all us PC gamers: will we be able to run the thing? Well, the game's developer released its official specs today. And while they're sorta steep, they're certainly not insurmountable.
Pre-ordering video games is, in general, a Very Bad Idea, as we've learned from the likes of SimCity, Battlefield 4, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Assassin's Creed Unity, Aliens: Colonial Marines, and many many more. So these days, video game publishers have to get a little more creative when it comes to getting…
Evolve is finally starting to feel like a full-sized game, with a new multi-stage campaign called Evacuation, three new modes, a third monster and another four hunters.
Evolve's open beta will be running between January 15-19 on the Xbox One, accessible to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Two monsters, the Goliath and the Kraken, and eight hunters will be available to play across 12 maps. There will also be smaller, invite-only closed tests on the PC and PS4 around that time.
We all know that feeling of being engrossed in a game and being interrupted by a loving mother. Well, when you're livestreaming, the show must go on, so just let her play Dark Souls 2 in front of hundreds of viewers!
Evolve pits four players against one in a brutal fight to the death. That is, unless you decide to start jumping rope with the monster.