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Evolve Reveals Behemoth Monster

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In the word of Shrek's Donkey, "That is a nice boulder". 

With Evolve arriving in just under a month, 2K is cranking up the anticipation for its monster hunting melee with the reveal of the game's most formidable foe to date: the Behemoth. 

Taking some cues from Indiana Jones, the new trailer demonstrates the Behemoth's key ability - namely, growing to unlikely proportions, curling into a vast, impregnable ball and rolling over the terrain at terrifying speeds. 

One of the first monsters that'll be available in the downloadable Monster Expansion Pack, gamers who preorder Evolve will pick up the Behemoth for free. Commence with the squashing.

Evolve arrives on 10 February on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC

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