2K Games has announced that co-operative first-person shooter Evolve is the latest title to flee the hectic Christmas release schedule, settling down in the equally busy February window instead. Now due out on 10th February worldwide, the asymmetrical affair will be joined by The Order: 1886, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and potentially even Bloodborne.
Speaking during a financial call, Take Two’s president Karl Slatoff stated that the title “deserves” additional production time, which will allow it to release in an “optimal state”. He also explained that February is a “pretty terrific” window, noting that it’s “not at all crowded”. We don’t necessarily agree, but what do we know about big business? Not much, otherwise we'd be penning this article on a private yacht.