Microsoft has announced the Games With Gold titles available to Xbox Live subscribers in March 2017. Most intriguing is Borderlands 2 on Xbox 360, which will become backwards compatible on Xbox One, despite already being released as a remaster. Xbox

Turtle Rock has announced today that it will no longer support Evolve, effective immediately. In a blog post titled, “Our Final Message To Our Evolve Community”, Turtle Rock’s co-founder, Chris Ashton, laid it all out on the line. “This is

The free-to-play Evolve — known as Stage Two — already has one million users under its belt. In less than a week. To celebrate, 2K and Turtle Rock will be giving away a free skin to players. Those who log in on the

Evolve Stage 2 — the free-to-play re-release of Evolve — has deliver the game’s highest player counts on PC since its initial launch. Steam Charts has current player numbers at 40,803, a 1194.51% increase in player activity. The game’s initial launch saw

Turtle Rock Studios and 2K have announced that Evolve is going free-to-play. In beta on PC, the free-to-play version of the 4v1 shooter includes 7 Hunters, 24 Monsters and assorted Perks. Those who’ve previously purchased Evolve and DLC will find that content

Evolve is promising big news within the next twenty-four hours. Billed as #StageUp, some think the announcement — complete with a countdown timer — promises new Monsters and Hunters. https://t.co/9Zzjz2OtK3 #StageUp @EvolveGame :O — Robert Paz (@TwitchTV_ProdX) July 5, 2016 Others,

Microsoft versus Sony, Battlefield versus Call of Duty and Forza versus Gran Turismo. These are some of the rivalries that can get people talking about console wars. “Game On or Game Over” is your place to get inside the minds

Microsoft versus Sony, Battlefield versus Call of Duty and Forza versus Gran Turismo. These are some of the rivalries that can get people talking about console wars. “Game On or Game Over” is your place to get inside the minds

PlayStation Australia is offering a buy one get one free deal on select titles in the PlayStation Store. From now until 24 December, you can grab any of the titles below in the buy one get one free scheme: The

2K announced that Evolve will be free to play for those on Xbox One and Windows PC this weekend. Four monsters, eighteen Hunters, five modes and nineteen maps will be available for trial. Those who end up purchasing a copy of

Turtle Rock Studios has announced more downloadable content for their 4v1 shooter Evolve, available individually or bundled as part of “Hunting Season 2″, their latest season pass. It will include four new Hunters and one new Monster with the first new

A free update to Evolve is being released today, debuting a new game type: Arena Mode. It essentially removes the hunt aspect of the game and provides a straight monster vs hunter battle. https://youtu.be/rMod0tEpubM” align=”center” maxwidth=”800 Will this be enough to

2K and Turtle Rock today added Evolve‘s newest monster, Behemoth, to the mix. Those who pre-ordred the game as part of the “Monster Expansion Pack” get the beast for free, but those who didn’t will have to pay $23.95 AUD for

Turtle Rock has announced title update 1.3 will be coming to Evolve for PC tomorrow and for consoles next week. Turtle Rock says it’s been listening to players and is implementing changes to both the monster and hunter characters in order

The first group of new hunters to land on Shear since launch will arrive for Evolve 31 March, 2K announced today. The fourth monster — Behemoth — will arrive alongside (on Xbox One at least) the four new hunters and two new

The first of Evolve’s free maps will be headed to Xbox One at the end of March and to PC and PS4 a month later. The new maps are named ‘Broken Hill Mine’ and ‘Broken Hill Foundry’. We’re not sure if