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The hunters' goal is to eliminate the monster, while the monster's goal is to consume wildlife and evolve to make themselves stronger before either eliminating the hunters, or successfully destroy the objective.
Evolve was Turtle Rock Studios' first major project after the company split from Valve in The concept for Evolve existed prior to the development of their previous game, Left 4 Dead. Inspired by hunting games such as Cabela's Big Game Hunter and Deer Hunter , the idea is to have prey that can strike back at the hunters. The monster design was originally intended to be esoteric but was later toned down. Turtle Rock found difficulty when seeking publishers that could provide funding and marketing for the game.
THQ was originally set to serve as the game's publisher, but the rights to the franchise and publishing duties were transferred to Take-Two Interactive after THQ filed for bankruptcy in late Prior to release, Evolve received a largely positive reception and won the Best of Show Awards at Electronic Entertainment Expo and Gamescom Upon release, the game received positive reviews from critics, with praise mostly directed to the game's asymmetrical structure, controls, and designs.
However, it received criticism for its progression system and light narrative, gameplay, as well as a large amount of downloadable content prepared. Evolve was a commercial success, although the player base significantly dwindled shortly after release. The game had briefly transitioned to become a free-to-play title known as Evolve Stage 2 before 2K Games shut down the game's dedicated servers in September The game is set in a fictional future where humans have successfully discovered ways to survive outside Earth and have begun colonizing other planets.
Humans arrived at Shear, a distant planet located in the "Far Arm" of space, and began creating colonies and industrial factories. As the colonisation progressed, humans began to meet resistance from alien life-forms , known as Monsters, that had the ability to evolve by consuming local wildlife.
As the Monsters destroyed the colonies on Shear, a former "planet tamer" named William Cabot was brought out of retirement to deal with the threat and to evacuate the remaining colonists from Shear. Cabot assembled a team of Hunters to eliminate the Monsters and protect their communities. Evolve is an action video game with a focus on both co-operative , and competitive, multiplayer gameplay.
The game adapts a '4v1' asymmetrical structure where four players take control of the Hunters , while the fifth player controls the Monster. In the beginning of a match, a second headstart is given to the Monster so that they can have enough time to escape before the Hunters parachute from a plane to where the Monster started. Each map features an open world environment for players to explore and play within. The jetpack can also be used to dodge attacks performed by the monster, though it consumes a Hunter's energy.
The waypoint mark turns yellow for environment, orange for wildlife or red for the Monster. The Monster needs to grow stronger in order to fight the Hunters by hunting and killing other local wildlife in order to gain experience points. When it gains enough experience, the Monster can evolve. Evolve features five different modes: Hunt, Nest, Rescue, Defend and Arena, which have different objectives for both the Hunters and the Monster.
In Evacuation, each match gives the winning side an advantage in the next map, such as having a toxic gas the Monster is immune to, or autonomous gun turrets to assist the Hunters. The Evacuation mode ends with a 'Defend' match. The spectator can jump between cameras and view the match from both the Hunters' and the Monster's perspectives.
Normally, five players play in a standard round of Evolve , with four Hunters fighting one Monster. Playing with fewer than five players, including single player, is possible in all modes due to computer-controlled bots. These bots can control up to four of the characters, allowing between one and four human players in any game mode. Evolve features a total of 20 different human characters split into four classes, each class containing 5 characters.
Players unlock new characters as they progress through the game, e. The ammunition of their weapons is automatically refilled when not in use, and iron sights are used in-game. Starting from the release of Stage 2 , changes were made to the hunter classes. Every class now possesses the ability to deploy a force field , an ability once exclusive to the Trapper class. It can be used to limit the Monster's movement to a small area.
The ability's cooldown time decreases when the hunters deal enough damage to the monster. There are a total of five Monsters featured in Evolve. Similar to the Hunters, players need to inflict a certain amount of damage before unlocking a new Monster. Gameplay mechanics do not change much after the release of Stage 2 , but monsters are made more powerful. They are given more health, stamina, armor, and skill points to unlock all abilities. Cooldown time abilities also shortened and recharge rate becomes significantly faster.
Evolve was developed by Turtle Rock Studios. Turtle Rock Studios merged into Valve in early but split away later the same year. When the company reestablished, it had only 13 staff members. As a new company, Turtle Rock Studios hoped to make use of the popularity of the Left 4 Dead franchise to create something ambitious and massive before people forgot about the company. They reviewed some of their previous projects and eventually chose Evolve , which seemed to be the most "straightforward" concept.
The team also considered the new project as their "proving ground", a project that could show their ability to build a large-scale game beyond providing assistance to Valve. Members of Turtle Rock Studios, including Robb and Ashton, thought that the gameplay of these hunting games, such as animal-tracking , was seldom incorporated in an action game. Instead of typical big game animals such as elephants and lions, the team imagined it to be a " King Kong ",  which changed to an alien monster.
The team picked a sci-fi setting, allowing them to add creative and unrealistic things into the game. The team also took the concept of boss battles , and expanded upon it by using the concept as a key idea when developing Evolve. The team envisioned Evolve as a video game version of Predator. While Evolve carried some game mechanics from Left 4 Dead , others were discarded.
The team originally thought that it could be added to the artificial intelligence system of Evolve ' s wildlife, but was later scrapped. They thought that the core experience offered by Evolve should be tracking and hunting the monster, instead of getting attacked by wildlife constantly. The team also thought that it would become an irritation if they added too many complex mechanics for the wildlife. Robb explained that the design team wanted to create a contrast, so that players could appreciate the action and chaotic moments after experiencing the less exciting segments.
When the design team was deciding on the number of Hunters in a match, they chose four as they believed it was the optimal number in a team, as players would not lose track of the stats and health of other players. It also allowed the players to work collaboratively with each other, so that no character would get left behind, or neglected, by the team. From the Monster's perspective, the design team thought that having four Hunters engaging in combat with the Monster would provide a challenge for the Monster, as they could find difficulties in keeping track of the Hunters, and this would make a match feel more balanced.
In order to showcase the features and abilities of different classes, each class has different variations, in both appearances and costume colors. It was designed to make characters more recognizable and memorable. Another reason was that the design team wanted the Monster to adapt and use different strategies when dealing with different Hunters.
Turtle Rock considered this a way to effectively extend Evolve ' s replayability and would add more variety to the gameplay. The titular "Evolve" game mechanic was inspired by the "bomb planting" mode from the Counter-Strike series. The Monsters started out as a relatively weak creature that could be defeated easily, but becomes stronger and gains more skills as it evolves. Early playtesters complained about the game mechanic, as they thought that this would bring an unfair disadvantage to the Hunters, since they do not "evolve" like the Monster.
However, the design team still chose to maintain the game mechanic, as they thought that it would create an engaging experience. Ashton added that such game mechanics can create a "turning the tables" feeling for the Hunters, and that he thought that the sudden change in strategy — from offensive to defensive — could help deliver a dynamic experience to the players. The design team considered designing third-person gameplay a challenge, as they had no prior experience in creating such games.
On the other hand, the design team implemented the first-person gameplay for the Hunters when Evolve ' s development started. The design team thought that the first-person perspective would provide a sense of tension as players would not be able to see what was behind them. Evolve ' s environments are based on Earth's as the design team wanted to create a world that felt believable for players and had regions that made geological sense after an early concept design was found to be too extreme.
As a result, the design team drew inspiration from real-world landscapes. The design team tried using the Source game engine to create a forest landscape but they ultimately failed. As the design team felt that Far Cry and Crysis set new standards for in-game environments, they decided to utilize CryEngine for Evolve. As Evolve is multiplayer-focused, the design team put less time and focus into developing Evolve ' s narrative and campaign.
However, the story and narrative became more significant in the single-player mode. Evolve does not adapt traditional storytelling methods, nor use a campaign mode , instead, players learn about the Hunters' backstory and the fictional world of Shear by slowly progressing through Evolve. Playing as different characters would also lead to different conversations and dialogues between characters.
Evolve features a Cthulhu -inspired artstyle. As a result, much of the wildlife were intentionally designed to feature tentacles. Robb had previously drawn a lot of esoteric monster designs but the publisher, THQ at the time, thought that while the designs looked unique, they would not benefit the game.
The team then began developing "marketing monsters" with a more stereotypical design. The third monster, Wraith, was inspired by sirens. The team noted that the key feature of this monster was its abduction ability, which the design team felt would capture the tense and exciting moments of classic monster movies.
Evolve ' s soundtrack was composed by Jason Graves and Lustmord. Graves composed the Monsters' soundtracks, while Lustmord composed the Hunters' soundtracks. Predator series. Graves stated that he intentionally chose not to use an orchestra -based style for the music, instead, Graves used synthesizers to create sounds that he described as "odd". According to Graves, Evolve ' s soundtrack has "evolved" as the game development progressed, and that it had shifted to become more electronic and synth-based.
The Hunters' soundtracks are more futuristic and synth-sounding, while the Monsters' soundtracks are more drum-intense and distorting. Evolve adapts an asymmetrical multiplayer structure, a new concept in the video game industry during its development. It was so new that the developer itself worried and wondered why no one else was working on such project.
The design team was also uncertain about whether the 4v1 structure would work or not. However, the design team encountered difficulties when they were pitching the game, and used two months to prepare for the pitching process. According to Robb, publishers were conservative and unsupportive about the idea and "[attempted] to poke holes" in their pitch. Even though the representatives from these publishers were excited about their pitch after they knew that it would be an extension to the Tank mode in Left 4 Dead , they questioned the ability of Turtle Rock making a triple-A video game,  and were uncertain whether it was a project they should invest in.
After multiple failures, the Turtle Rock team looked for a business partner, a company that supported the idea and was in need of a co-operative shooter to fit into their game's lineup. They eventually partnered with THQ for Evolve , which would serve as the game's publisher and help with funding. However, at that time, THQ had already entered financial difficulties, suffering from a severe decline in profits.
THQ's financial situation continued to worsen and they declared bankruptcy on December 19, Publishers interested in the game visited Turtle Rock Studio to see their "secret project". Rubin later contacted Ashton and Robb, and suggested that they should bid the game themselves. When Evolve was leaked in THQ's court document, it was expected that the game would be released on their fiscal year.
The partnership between the two companies was revealed on May 26, ,  and the game was re-revealed by gaming magazine Game Informer on January 7, As a result, Evolve was delayed to February 10, Prior to release, the game had been playtested multiple times by the general public. An alpha version of Evolve , called the 'Big Alpha' was released for Xbox One on October 31, ,  The alpha version of Evolve was originally set to be released for the PlayStation 4 a day later on October 31, , but was delayed to November 3, due to technical issues related to PS4's firmware update.
As compensation, the duration of the demo was extended by a day, and ended on November 4, for all platforms. Players could play as the first eight Hunters as well as the Goliath and Kraken in the beta. The Evacuation mode was also added to the beta on January 17, The Season Pass features four additional Hunters and a set of "magma" Monster skins.
It features new skins, Hunters and a new Monster. The game is a free-to-play tile-matching video game, as well as a companion app to Evolve. In Evolve: Hunter 's Quest , players match three tokens of the same colour in order to unleash attacks on enemies, fill up energy bars to activate special Hunter abilities and earn mastery points to level up. Mastery points earned in-app can then be applied to characters in the main Evolve game on any platform.
Players who download the app can also unlock unique game art and watch replays of online matches from a top-down view. Evolve was launched with several merchandise items. Handled by Merchandise Monkey, the Evolve ' s merchandise collection includes T-shirts and different figurines. In an interview with Official Xbox Magazine , Ashton claimed that Evolve would have the "best support for downloadable content ever".
Robb stated the reason for this is "to allow people who don't have the DLC, to still play against those who do, the only difference is that they can't play as those hunters or monsters". The Observer mode was added on March 31, ,  and a less strategic mode, the Arena mode, was introduced on May 26, On July 6, , Turtle Rock announced that the game was transitioning to become a free-to-play game under the title Evolve: Stage 2 due to the game downloadable content controversy and mixed critical reception.
The new version introduces new changes, including longer respawn time, non-ranked queue for casual players, and changes to hunters' abilities. Turtle Rock also promised that patches would be released more frequently and that most items featured in the game would be unlocked through simply playing the game. The alpha version of Stage 2 would begin on July 7, , for PC, and will be followed by a beta in August in the same year. Turtle Rock also revealed that it was 2K's decision to end the game's support.
Evolve received a largely positive reception from critics upon its initial announcement. Evolve received mostly positive reviews. The asymmetrical structure of the game mostly received praise from critics. Vince Ingenito, from IGN , thought that the system was smart and has successfully delivered a unique multiplayer experience for players.
He added that the system is tactically deep, and that the "evolution" mechanic saved it from being gimmicky. He added that such structure is something that the genre needs. However, he noted that such a structure may become repetitive and boring for players after months of playthrough. The Monster's gameplay was praised by Ingenito, as he thought it tasked players to use skills and patience while playing, and that Evolve has provided satisfying rewards for the player that successfully outsmarts the Hunters,  a sentiment which was echoed by Strom.
Furthermore, he noted that several Monsters felt overpowered, which made Evolve feel unbalanced. The controls of the game received praise. Marchiafava thought that it was smartly designed, and applauded it for its accessible nature. The process of hunting the Monster was praised. Ingenito thought that the hunting process was as tense as the actual confrontation and combat between the Hunters and the Monster.
The four classes was also applauded by him, as he considered that the distant class abilities have successfully made players co-operate with each other in order to achieve success, as well as making the decision of choosing the correct character important and tactical.
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