Evolve developer Turtle Rock Studios is hiring developers with experience in the FPS genre for a globally known franchise, sparking speculation a new Left 4 Dead is coming
After announcing the end of support for Evolve two years ago, 2K and Turtle Rock finally release a timeline of important end of life dates and what players can expect.
Left 4 Dead developer Turtle Rock Studios announces Stranger Things DLC for its terrifying game Face Your Fears, letting players battle a Demogorgon.
The next round of free games for Xbox Live Gold members in March 2017 have been announced, and the list includes co-op shooter Evolve and Borderlands 2.
Left 4 Dead and Evolve developer Turtle Rock Studios reveals that it is working on a new game, which will have co-op FPS gameplay and ‘plenty of baddies to shoot.’
Even after a successful resurrection as a free-to-play game on Steam, Turtle Rock Studios announces that support for the multiplayer-centric title, Evolve, is coming to an end.
After re-launching as a free to play title less than a week ago, Turtle Rock Studios announces that Evolve has brought in over one million new players on Steam.
Turtle Rock Studios co-founders Chris Ashton and Phil Robb, announces that the 4v1 asymmetrical shooter Evolve is getting completely overhauled and going permanently free-to-play.
Turtle Rock Studios, the developer behind the multiplayer games Left 4 Dead and Evolve releases a job listing seeking animators for a brand new title.
2K Games and Turtle Rock Studios announce a free to play event for asymmetrical shooter Evolve. The event is for PC and Xbox One over Labor Day weekend.
Several hotly-anticipated AAA releases have seen a dramatic drop in online player bases over recent months. We take a look at how and why this has happened.
A month and a half after it hit shelves, ‘Evolve’ is about to release its first major update, dropping four new hunters and one new monster into the fray.
Turtle Rock Studios details Patch 1.3 for ‘Evolve,’ which effectively nerfs aspects of the Wraith monster, but also further improves the overall balancing of the game.
‘Evolve’ launched with a full lineup of Monsters and Hunters to pit against each other, but next month players will get a new crop of talent suiting a variety of play styles.
Turtle Rock Studios announces a St. Patrick’s Day community challenge for their multiplayer game, ‘Evolve’, which features green weapon skins as a reward.
Turtle Rock Studios announces two new maps available as free DLC for ‘Evolve.’ The new content releases first on Xbox One and a month later for PC and PS4 .
Despite launching just over a month ago to the excitement of gamers, ‘Evolve’ is already noting a steadily decreasing number of players in its Steam version.