Evolve closed beta tests

Evolve Beta and technical tests are open in just a few days!

That’s right boys and girls another chance to get to play one of the most up and coming games of 2015.

Xbox One fans will be able to play this monster title on January 15th 2015 and as an extra bonus will be able to play the new evacuation mode on January 17th. Players will be able to play the first eight hunters and the monsters available for play will be Goliath and Kraken. Also, we have been told that there will be eight more maps to play on; fast match making times and new balance to the teams. On the 17th January, players will be able to try evacuation for the first time and any characters you unlock during this time will be carried over when you get the full game. The beta will be over on the 19th January 2015, so make sure you get your fill.


PC players will be able to play  during some technical tests which start on the 16th January 2015, although we have been told that this is a smaller test and will not have evacuation mode included or have unlocks carry over. Players involved in the big alpha will be invited back and steam users with  Left 4 Dead or BioShock: Infinite in their library will be invited too.


PS4 players will also be having technical tests from the 17th January 2015, If you were invited to the alpha check your email for details to this closed test. They have also stated that you will need a PlayStation Plus membership to play. Also no evacuation mode or unlocks will be carried over.

Link to the Evolve website about the beta is here – http://evolvegame.com/news/the-evolve-xbox-one-open-beta-is-coming

Evolve will be released on Febuary 10th 2015 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Check out the UK Intro cinematic and get ready to feel the hype!




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