Evolve Unleashes Hunting Season 2 DLC Pass Tomorrow on All Platforms; Includes New Hunters and Monster

on June 22, 2015 2:34 PM

After releasing earlier this year to enthusiastic reviews from outlets and gamers, 2K Games and Turtle Rock Studios’ Evolve is continuing to..well, evolve this year with the developer announcing a brand new slate of DLC coming to the multiplayer 4v1 shooter.

Announced in a press release, 2K Games revealed that a new expansion for the game, called “Hunting Season 2,” will add a new season pass to Evolve featuring all new content for the game on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The new content will kick off starting tomorrow with the release of Lennox, a brand new Assault class character that will be available on all platforms tomorrow, June 23rd, 2015. Promising four new Hunters and a new Monster, 2K confirmed that all of the new content in the Hunting Season 2 pass will be released “prior to the end of Take-Two Interactive, Inc.’s fiscal year on March 31, 2016.”

In addition to the content from the Hunting Season 2 pass, players that purchase the new content through the pass will also grab an exclusive new skin for each character as they release, as opposed to purchasing the characters a la carte through the game’s DLC shop.

Fo-founder and design director Chris Ashton of Turtle Rock Studios concluded the new announcement with a statement, detailing that players of Evolve have plenty to look forward to with the new DLC:

“The new Monster and Hunters coming to Evolve in Hunting Season 2 are some of the most unique characters our team has created. Each of these characters introduces combat mechanics that are brand new to the Evolve gameplay experience.”

Evolve is available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, with new content from the Hunting Season 2 DLC pass coming tomorrow, June 23rd, 2015 – in the meantime, you can check out a new screenshot of the game’s news Assault character, Lennox, by looking below:




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