Turtle Rock’s asymmetrical multiplayer shooter Evolve has been enjoying a second lease on life thanks to its recent “Stage 2” conversion as a free-to-play title on PC. Now, Turtle Rock is aiming to make Evolve into an even more open experience by giving fans unfettered access to a timeline of new and upcoming content for the game. Starting today, fans can view a non-modifiable version of Turtle Rock’s Trello board where the team is currently categorizing and updating the various features and bug-fixes occurring within Evolve’s pipeline.
For those who don’t know, Trello is a popular online project management tool that helps users better organize and keep track of different projects as they move through various stages of development. On Turtle Rock’s board, viewers can see which upcoming features and fixes are on the overall “To Do” list, which
The most recent patch which debuted earlier this week added in a new “Quantum Caira” variant for the hunter Caira, a new set of hunter tutorials, and fixes for the game’s matchmaking among other things. Future updates will include additional hunter and monster variants, a brand new co-op mode, new maps, and more. Evolve Stage 2 can be downloaded for free on PC, and Turtle Rock has previously stated that the Stage 2 conversion could also come to consoles at some point in the future.
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