Evolve has reached the end point of its lifespan. 2K Games has confirmed the game’s dedicated servers will be shut down this September 3rd.

According to 2K games starting July 2nd virtual currency will be removed from Evolved Stage 2, the free-to-play version available on PC. However, all paid DLC content will remain but all virtual currency will be removed on September 3rd.

Legacy Evolve will remain along with peer-to-peer multiplayer.

Quick Play

  • Hunt
  • Nest
  • Rescue
  • Defend
  • Arena
    • Evacuation
    • Custom games
  • Single Player (solo vs. AI) –
    • Evacuation
    • Quick Play
    • Custom games
  • My2K login access
  • Access to all hunters, monsters, purchased DLC, skins & player badges

The following features will be removed:

  • Hunt (Ranked)
    • Players will still be able to play Hunt by going into Quickplay and Custom games
  • Player Profile data
  • Leaderboards will no longer be populated with player data
  • The in-game store will be removed
  • The newsfeed will be unavailable
  • Player Badges will be unavailable

Since its debut back in 2015 Evolve received strong reviews but the community didn’t feel the same way. With many frustrated with the overwhelming DLC available, lack of content, shallow and single-player, and lack of progression. The game would eventually launch as a free-to-play title for the PC called Evolve: Stage 2 in 2016 but it seems Evolve has reached it’s final moments.

Evolve is now available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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