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Turtle Rock Studios and 2K games will unveil a new, interactive, multi-channel trailer for their upcoming asynchronous multiplayer game Evolve next week, the developer and publisher teased today.

By the looks of the teaser trailer (seen above), each channel will put viewers behind the eyes of one of Evolve’s four revealed hunters—Markov the Assault class, Griffin the Trapper class, Hank the Support class, and Val the Medic class—and their singular, player-controlled opponent the Goliath (the only monster revealed to date, though Turtle Rock says the final game will contain several monstrous variants to choose from). How, exactly, the trailer will be interactive is unclear—I assume that there will be either/or decisions that redirect the trailer to a different potential outcome (although to orchestrate this simultaneously with 4 other channels seems like quite the undertaking).

Either way, there’ll definitely be some new Evolve footage arriving on April 24.

Evolve itself, meanwhile, will launch on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One this fall. For more on the Left 4 Dead developer’s 5-on-1 multiplayer next-gen debut, check out Josh’s hands-on preview.

Turtle Rock and 2K Games tease multi-channel Evolve trailer coming next week

By | 04/18/2014 03:30 PM PT

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Turtle Rock Studios and 2K games will unveil a new, interactive, multi-channel trailer for their upcoming asynchronous multiplayer game Evolve next week, the developer and publisher teased today.

By the looks of the teaser trailer (seen above), each channel will put viewers behind the eyes of one of Evolve’s four revealed hunters—Markov the Assault class, Griffin the Trapper class, Hank the Support class, and Val the Medic class—and their singular, player-controlled opponent the Goliath (the only monster revealed to date, though Turtle Rock says the final game will contain several monstrous variants to choose from). How, exactly, the trailer will be interactive is unclear—I assume that there will be either/or decisions that redirect the trailer to a different potential outcome (although to orchestrate this simultaneously with 4 other channels seems like quite the undertaking).

Either way, there’ll definitely be some new Evolve footage arriving on April 24.

Evolve itself, meanwhile, will launch on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One this fall. For more on the Left 4 Dead developer’s 5-on-1 multiplayer next-gen debut, check out Josh’s hands-on preview.

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