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Post by Dan @ 10:15am 12/02/14 | 4 Comments
As anticipated from Monday's teaser 2K Games and developer Turtle Rock have released the first videos promoting Evolve, the first new game from the Left 4 Dead creators since their departure from Valve.

The first video is the obligatory cinematic trailer, but it seems to be made largely from in-game assets, introducing the game's four character classes and their giant monster predator foe. The backing song is a cover of Danzig's classic Mother, performed by the artist Lissie.

There's also a first look gameplay footage clip, offering some gameplay from both the hunter and monster points of view and a raft of developer commentary.

The video releases accompany a press embargo lift today, so you can find out our impressions of the game in this hands-on preview, and stay tuned for our developer interview with Turtle Rock.








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qmass
Posted 11:22am 12/2/14
I will never understand why publishers are so averse to letting people just watch some bloody gameplay... this talking head shit doesn't do it for me at all.
fryzeegunner
Posted 11:32am 12/2/14
yeh those trailers didn't sell it to me, I was hoping it would. I love left 4 dead so much and cant help but compare the two and dont see this working with the 1v4. The beauty of L4D was not just the gameplay but the ability to drop in and drop out. With this I think it will be a game killer, what happens when the monster disconnects? Rage quits? or nobody wants to be the monster?
ravn0s
Posted 12:42pm 12/2/14
i assume AI takes over until someone else joins.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:25pm 12/2/14
The monster, and being the monster are the best parts. Read my preview.
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