Evolve Stage 2 developer Turtle Rock should work lay in game

Oct

26

2016

Turtle Rock, the studio that developed the multiplayer coop shooter Evolve, work must resign to the game. She commissioned by publisher and studio owner 2K. It looks as though Evolve Stage 2, the free-to-play version, so do not come to consoles.

A further motivation for the decision, gives the studio not. According Turtle Rock this’ the reality of game developers who are not using their own money and do not have the rights to their games. The employees of the studio readers also press the heart that for many employees of Turtle Rock “the peak of their career ‘was on platforms like Reddit to talk directly with players handle the game and feedback. The servers for the game remain for the time being just online.

The asymmetrical multiplayer coop shooter got past summer a rerelease called Evolve Stage 2. The game became free-to-play, the gameplay has been given a thorough overhaul and players who had already paid for the game, were compensated for it with in-game items and currency. The amendments struck at both critics and players. Where the game for the Stage 2 update actually hardly had players, they flocked back after the update. Nevertheless, it seems 2K, the owner of the studio and the franchise, there is no more bread to see to stop even more money into the development of the game.

Turtle Rock Studios was in the past responsible for Left 4 Dead, the successful shooter of the same species, which is now in the management of Valve. After having completed work on the game, the studio was working on Evolve, which was to be published by THQ. After the bankruptcy of the publisher Turtle Rock made a bid for the rights to Evolve to get their hands on, but it was overtaken by 2K.

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