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Evolve DLC coming March 31 with fourth monster Behemoth

2K Games has announced the first Evolve DLC will arrive on March 31 for Xbox One.
The Evolve experience is going to get that little bit better on March 31 on Xbox One thanks to a new batch of DLC content.
PS4 and PC players will get access to the DLC content from April 30.
Within the DLC you’ll get access to the fourth playable monster, Behemoth as well as four new playable Hunters.
Plus, there’s two new free maps and a free Observer mode alongside some other new features for the 4v1 title.
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The new Hunters are Torvald, a cyborg Assault with a mortar canon as one arm. He is joined by Trapper Crow and his pet Batray, who can track monsters like Daisy. There’s also Slim, a Medic who has been genetically modified, and finally Sunny, a Support character with a mini-nuke grenade launcher.
As for Behemoth, he’s a tank of a Monster that pretty much battles like a giant, destructive boulder rolling through the scenery.
When the DLC pack lands, you’ll be able to purchase Behemoth for £11.99 as a standalone Monster or you’ll get it for free as part of the Evolve Monster Expansion Pack that came with pre-ordered copies of the game.
The four new Hunters can be obtained as part of the Evolve Hunting Season Pass along with three Monster skins for £19.99. Or you can just buy them individually for £6.19.
The two maps are actually free to everyone to enjoy and are called Broken Hill Mine and Broken Hill Foundry.
The same can be said for the Observer Mode. This allows a sixth player to enter a custom game as an observer, adding commentary to matches and seamlessly switch views between any of the five players. There’s also a special HUD that updates in real time with stats, mini-map and other info.

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