Evolve’s Big Alpha Held Over 1.3 Million Rounds of Online Matches, Over 2 Million Hours of Twitch Stream Views

on November 17, 2014 7:18 AM

Though Evolve doesn’t hit the big bad streets until February 2015, developer Turtle Rock Studios went…well…BIG on the title’s recent Big Alpha on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and a new infographic from the studio showcases all the data you could have possibly wanted to learn from the game’s monster-hunting alpha.

During the six-day long Big Alpha for Evolve, Turtle Rock’s data from the Alpha period shows that overall over 1.3 million rounds of online multiplayer were hosted during the event across all platforms (PS4, Xbox One, and PC), leading to a win ratio between hunters and monsters of 753, 414 matches to 574,079 matches, giving the hunters a .567 win percentage.

In addition to those that didn’t have the chance to get in on the action in the Big Alpha, the infographic from Turtle Rock also shows that over 2 million hours of gameplay from Evolve was viewed through Twitch, stretching out to over 235 years of video content of hunters getting mangled by giant monsters: impressive, indeed.

Evolve releases for PS4, Xbox One, and PC – you can check out the full infographic from Turtle Rock below for a look at the big success of the title’s Big Alpha:

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