Developers of Evolve Aren't Impressed By Jurassic World Trailer

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The Jurassic World trailer has been making its way across the Internet. But the beasts shown in the trailer don't impress Turtle Rock Studios, the developer of Evolve.

They made a statement via Twitter, telling everyone "true monsters don't go extinct." The beast in the image is a red and black behemoth that towers over tall buildings.

Monsters will be abundant in Evolve, as the player will have to combat an ever-changing beast--or assume its role. Turtle Rock recently announced that they need help in naming one of the monsters that will appear in the game.

"In the next few weeks as Ashton and the Turtle Rock crew finish the game," Turtle Rock stated on the game's official website, "they will turn to working on the fourth Monster in earnest. That's right, that fourth Monster we keep mysteriously alluding to - the one you get for free when pre-ordering Evolve is still under development.

...and, well, we want you to help select a name. We've narrowed it down to a few that we feel best reflects what this Monster is all about. What should we call it?"

Fans will have to pick from a list of 4 names: Juggernaut, Titan, Behemoth, and Colossus.

Evolve has been nominated for the 2014 Game Awards as one of the most anticipated games for next year. Other titles nominated are: Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Batman Arkham Knight, and Bloodborne.

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