New Monster Arena
(Photo : Turtle Rock Studios) "Evolve's" Turtle Rock Studios is teasing a new patch reveal today, and it might include an arena gameplay mode. Despite lackluster multiplayer popularity, the game's developers have pledged to make the title more enjoyable with something fresh. Aside from modes, the news might revolve around monster DLC as well. "Evolve" is available now for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
"Evolve" may not have taken off as well as Turtle Rock Studios had hoped, but its developer plans to maintain community interest with a mysterious update to be unveiled later today. What free DLC might be coming? Some think an arena mode is possible.
The news comes to Design & Trend via social media posts from Turtle Rock studios. Last week, studio co-founder Chris Ashton posted this image to tease what's ahead for his asymmetrical monster shooter.
The picture shows one of "Evolve's" monsters in a victorious state. There appears to be two of three rounds marked by two red slashes. The third is grayed out because the monster has already won.
There isn't much that "Evolve" fans can glean from this teaser, but Turtle Rock was kind enough to tell its fans that a special livestream will be held today at 9 a.m. PST to reveal more details. The tweet refers to the update as a "big announcement." Those timely enough to watch the stream can do so here.
Aside from offering major changes to the gameplay of "Evolve, " it's been said that the game's community has no idea what features are due in the update. "Everybody should know that they don't know what's coming, " . This dubious statement has caused speculation to run wild.
The most common theory is that the update will include an arena gameplay mode that differs greatly from the hunting experiences that have characterized multiplayer matches in the past. That original concept will always be central to "Evolve's" identity, but a more enclosed arena may ensure that action-oriented players don't bore themselves with monster tracking. Instead, success would hypothetically be more focused on weapon-based combat.
As this is "Evolve, " another prevalent thought is the inclusion of a fifth DLC monster. Design & Trend has reported on a parasitic foe in the past, so maybe that previously canceled creature has been tweaked for the final game.
This incoming update is one of many that Turtle Rock has released to patch "Evolve's" multiplayer flaws. These days, its online community suffers from empty lobbies and increasingly difficult matchmaking. The hope is that a new mode or gameplay feature will bring deserters back for more.
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