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  • Blog Post: Want Some Evolve Toys? Print Your Own

    We had a great time playing Evolve at E3 (spoiler alert: It was our game of the show ), and it left us wanting more. In the meantime, prospective players can settle on reenacting their adventures on their nearest desktop, thanks to some print-your-own toys. Visit Evolve's site to learn more. You'll... More
  • Blog Post: Evolve Accepting Applicants For Alpha

    Evolve is preparing to enter into a closed alpha and a recent tweet from developer Turtle Rock's community manager could be your ticket in. Jess Damerst tweeted out the link and password which you see below. http://t.co/xEKhmPVNsB password: happyhunting referral: JoinTheHunt :D pic.twitter.com/7n0GvqQm6L... More
  • Blog Post: 2K Shows Off New Evolve Monster, Xbox One Exclusives [Trailer Added]

    Microsoft and 2K Games revealed some new Evolve information during Microsoft's E3 press conference. First, the Xbox One version will be home to exclusive DLC as well as the console beta. In addition, we got to see a fearsome new beast in action, a lightning-spewing monstrosity. The new monster seems... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Ask Turtle Rock Anything About Evolve Right Now On Reddit

    Update: The AMA is underway. You can check it out here . Original Story: Turtle Rock will be stopping by Reddit today to hold an “ask me anything” (AMA) session on their upcoming 4v1 game, Evolve. Studio co-founder Phil Robb will be on hand, as will artists that worked on the cover for our... More
  • Blog Post: Turtle Rock Teases Evolve First Look In Coming Days

    We’ve just wrapped up a month of coverage on Turtle Rock’s upcoming four-vs-one shooter Evolve. Today, 2K Games has let us know to expect even more in the coming days. A teaser trailer has appeared on the official YouTube account teasing a new look at the game on Tuesday, February 11. We’ve... More
  • Blog Post: Left 4 Dead Co-Developer Signs With THQ

    California-based indie studio Turtle Rock has signed a publishing contract with THQ. The studio, which co-developed Left 4 Dead with Valve, is working on a "groundbreaking multiplayer experience" that will be published by THQ in 2013. "Our quest to sign the best artists and work with the... More
  • Blog Post: Turtle Rock Returns From The Dead

    Before Valve got their mitts on Left 4 Dead, the game was being developed by a studio called Turtle Rock. The team was well-versed in creating Counter-Strike mods and ports, which caught Valve's eye. Years after Valve acquired the studio, Turtle Rock is resurfacing as an entity independent from the... More
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