Evolve’s servers vanish in September but why did it fail? Lead writer Matt Colville shares his thoughts on its struggles.
2K finally pulls the plug on the Evolve servers, Stage 2 could not even save the multiplayer game.
A couple of days ago Turtle Rock announced they would be no longer working on Evolve Stage 2 which has frustrated the community.
Evolve was brought back from the dead when it moved to a free to play model, developer Turtle Rock managed to turn it around with Evolve Stage 2.
The Orbital Drill map is a lot more on fire than it used to be, plus an easier way to find co-op games against AI.
This first of five weekly updates should also bring matchmaking improvements, and a “try before you buy” system to Evolve Stage 2.
Evolve is in the middle of a resurgence since going free to play and there’s new content today which is accompanied by a suitably cheesy trailer.
Yesterday Turtle Rock moved Evolve over to a free to play model following a massive decline in player numbers and it looks like it’s worked.
Last night Turtle Rock revealed that Evolve was going free to play later this afternoon and posted a lengthy explanation of their plans. Watch the trailer.
As many were expecting, Evolve will be going free to play on PC. A beta will begin tomorrow (7 July).
Earlier today the Evolve website posted a countdown for some sort of announcement, and this evening the game has vanished from Steam.
Something is stirring though as the Evolve website now comes with its very own countdown timer. More details will be revealed very soon.
She’s a nasty looking spider thing and she’s available now.
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