The Hunt Evolves in New DLC Launch Trailer for Evolve

on March 31, 2015 12:13 PM

Since its launch last month, 2K Games and Turtle Rock Studios have been providing players with its own intense brand of online multiplayer with Evolve, pitting four human Hunters against one horrific Monster – luckily for those looking for more conquests, the hunt is evolving today with new DLC.

Released through the official Evolve YouTube channel, a new launch trailer has released showing the new DLC heading into Evolve today, including the pre-order Monster the Behemoth, four new Hunters, two new maps, and a whole variety of other content that is set to make the hunt evolve.

The Behemoth was available originally as a free pre-order incentive prior to Evolve‘s release, can can be purchased separately for $14.99. The four new hunters – Torvald (Assault), Crow (Trapper), Slim (Medic), and Sunny (Support) – are all available as part of the game’s Hunting Season Pass which is $24.99, or can be purchased separately for $7.49 each.

While some players may not have the Hunting Season Pass or opt in to the game’s various DLC packages, publisher 2K Games assured that players that don’t have all of the DLC or additional content will still be able to play alongside others that have purchased the DLC.

Two new maps will also be coming to Evolve for free, with the Broken Hill Foundry and the Broken Hill Mine available first on the Xbox One version of the game today. The PS4 and PC versions of the game will be receiving the two new maps later on April 30th, 2015.

As previously-announcedEvolve will also be receiving an Observer Mode to provide additional features and easier in-game commentary for those live-streaming games, with the new mode being added free in today’s updates for the game.

Evolve is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC – you can check out the new launch trailer for the game’s DLC content below:

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