Left 4 Dead creators tease news for PS4, Xbox One, and PC game Evolve
First look at 4v1 team-based shooter Evolve may come on February 11, according to cryptic trailer.
The trailer, posted to the company's YouTube account, lasts just 19 seconds and appears to feature a cover version of Danzig's 1988 hit "Mother." Check it out below and let us know if we missed anything.
Evolve was officially announced in mid-January, but no gameplay has been shown to date. The game is a CryEngine-powered team-based first-person shooter, where four players compete as hunters against a fifth player, the monster. This character will experience the game from a third-person perspective.
Evolve is published by 2K Games, a division of Take-Two Interactive, the company responsible for franchises like Grand Theft Auto and Borderlands, among others. Take-Two purchased the IP rights for Evolve from THQ for $10.8 million last year as part of the publisher's bankruptcy auction.
The game launches this fall for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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