The Evolve game is an asymmetric multiplayer game, that was developed by Turtle Rock Studios responsible for the massively successful Left4Dead series. In which the player as either one of a team of hunters, or belong to monstrous. Each hunter has their own specific role, with some focusing on support while others find preys or heal damage. In this game teams of four players take on an ultra-powerful monster that evolves over time. the game features a variety of maps for players to hunt down and ultimately kill beasts.
It's interesting psychology in practice playing this game -- where you'd think players would just want to assume the role of an all-powerful behemoth that obliterates anything it sees. In Evolve, you just feel appealing to play as a team member since only with cooperation you will be able to defeat the monsters
you are able to play offline where you can hone your skills and more easily understand each player responsibility and the pros and cons of each role/class. There's not a lot of hand-holding in Evolve, so the more time you devote to learning offline, the better your online performance and experience will likely be.
Each different Evolve game mode within takes you a bit of replay before it starts to make sense, even after checking out a video tutorial, but there is the need for you to play enough offline in order to become a true fan that can contribute for the success of your team
As a conclusion, Evolve the game is killing the scene at an unusually sluggish time and offers something you likely haven't seen before. The game even offers an official "campaign" mode, where you can truly enjoy the storyline of the game. Even if there's barely a semblance of a storyline, Evolve's depth and longevity provide more than enough value for what it is.