Turtle Rock’s Evolve set for current and next-gen

Following Take-Two buyout, beat boards from late 2011 surface.

Evolve, formerly THQ’s, now Take-Two’s Turtle Rock Studios-developed first-person shooter, is in development for “next and current generation platforms,” according to the resume of THQ project manager Jonathan Bloch.

Internet sleuth Superannuation dug up some beat boards created back in 2011 when the game was known as Metamorphisis. Have a look below:

A release window for Evolve has not been announced. (Technically, the game has not even been announced.)

Thanks, NeoGAF.

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