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Post by Eorl @ 10:04am 12/07/14 | 0 Comments
As a promotion for the upcoming co-op shooter Evolve, where four hunters take on one of the game's monsters, developer Turtle Rock and publisher 2K have made 3D files of the game's characters available online.

The idea is a simple one: those with access to a 3D printer — or those willing to pay a company to print them on their behalf — can input the files and create their own Evolve action figures, free of charge. The game's official site explains how to do this, which basically involves finding access to a 3D printer and then printing them.

Evolve is scheduled to release October 21st for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Looking to know more about Evolve? Check out our recent hands-on preview with the newest monster addition, The Kraken.



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