July 11, 2014

You no longer need to purchase video game figurines from a store. Now you can 3D print the hunters and monsters from the newest monster-hunting game, Evolve.

Developer Turtle Rock Studios and publisher 2K Games have announced that the designs for the eight announced hunters and two announced monsters are available to download here. All you need is access to a 3D printer.

To download the 3D files, go to EvolveGame.com and under the "About" section, look up your favorite Hunter or Monster. Scroll down past the character description on the right-hand column and you'll find the link to grab the 3D file.

If you own a 3D printer, your next step is sending that design, the stl file to your 3D printer. Otherwise, you can submit and purchase fully-printed models of your own at companies such as Sculpteo and Shapeways. You can then paint your Hunters and Monsters up or create your own action scenes.

Evolve will be launching on October 21st on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

Evolve expertly blends cooperative and competitive multiplayer experiences as a team of four hunters face off against a single, player-controlled monster. Set on an alien planet in the distant future, players hunt their prey in adrenaline-pumping 4v1 matches. Evolve includes multiple monsters, hunters, game modes, and more than a dozen maps, providing gamers with incredible gameplay variety and nearly limitless replayability.


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