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Evolve dedicated servers will be shut down in September

Evolve dedicated servers will be shut down later this year, 2K announced over the weekend.

From 2 July, virtual currency bundles will be removed from the (now) free-to-play title, ahead of the shut down of dedicated servers on 3 September.

This means that the free-to-play title — Evolve Stage 2 — will be unavailable from September, while those who purchased the original — now called Legacy Evolve — will be able to continue playing via peer-to-peer networking after dedicated servers are removed.

For more information, head to 2K’s support page, here.

Evolve went free-to-play in July 2016, with developer Turtle Rock no longer supporting the title from October 2016.

The title is available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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