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Latest Evolve trailer shows off two new monsters

2K Games has released a brand new Evolve trailer showing off two new monsters.
 
Ahead of Evolve release date in February, we’ve been treated to a brand new trailer showing off two of the game’s upcoming monsters in action.
 
The first monster crops up around the 1:54 minute mark, but you don’t get a really good look at him.
 
The second monster looms underneath the pre-order bonus DLC information, all his eyes a-glow.
 
This second creature is the one Evolve developer Turtle Rock asked its fans to name. The names up for consideration are Juggernaut, Titan, Collosus and Behemoth.
 
Although the decision was apparently made on December 1, neither Turtle Rock nor 2K Games has confirmed what the fourth and final monster will be called.
 
Evolve is the latest game from Turtle Rock, the developer behind the successful Left 4 Dead games.
 
The game will pitch a team of four hunters against a single, player-controller monster, with the chaos taking place in the near-future on an alien planet.
 
The monster must try to eat animals in order to evolve to a more powerful version of himself and evade the hunters. Meanwhile, the Hunters will be trying to track the monster down and slay him.
 
For those looking to play the cross-platform Evolve on Xbox One, there’s an exclusive Evolve beta coming in January.
 
Evolve will be released on February 10 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
 
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