Evolve Single Player Offline Mode Showcased in New Gameplay Video

January 29, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

In an effort to remind people that Evolve also includes a single player offline mode, developer Turtle Rock published a new gameplay video today, featuring two matches of Defend. In the first match at the beginning, you’ll see the player using the monster against AI hunters, while the second match (11:30) features the player controlling a team full of hunters by hot swapping between classes.

If you’re still not sure what the single player offline mode entails, here’s a checklist:

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It was also announced today a new free-to-play match-3 game called Evolve: Hunters Quest is available on iOS, Android, Amazon, and Windows. Using a my2K account, you can transfer Mastery Points acquired in Hunters Quest to the full version of Evolve on any platform.

Evolve releases on February 10 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

[Source: Evolve (1), (2)]