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UPDATE- June 19, 2018: In our original announcement on June 1, 2018 about the upcoming server shutdown, it was indicated that unlocked/purchased content in could be transferred back to the original retail version of the game (AKA ). Unfortunately, this isn’t the case: While your Stage 2 content will still be accessible offline (only via Training mode), you won’t be able to transfer that content back to . We apologize for any confusion.

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Hello, everyone.

dedicated servers will be shutting down on September 3, 2018. This means several game features will no longer be available, such as Hunt (Ranked), leaderboards, and the in-game store. Stage 2 will no longer be available on PC, and players will have plenty of opportunity to spend their in-game and virtual currency before the store is removed. Peer-to-peer multiplayer will still be available in on PC and console, and we’d like to stress that all players will retain all purchased DLC content, such as Hunters, Monsters, and skins.

Here's a timeline of the planned server shutdown

Can I still play ?

What about my Gold and Silver Keys?

NOTE- June 19, 2018: This answer was updated with the above information from the following text. "’s Gold Keys will be available to purchase via the in-game store until July 2, 2018. Gold and Silver Keys can be used to purchase Monsters, Hunters, and skins until September 3, 2018 when the dedicated servers are shut down and the in-game store becomes unavailable. Players will keep all purchased Monsters, Hunters, and skins which can be accessed through the retail version of, AKA in Evolve Stage 2 in training mode however these will not be transferrable back to the retail version of Evolve."

What will happen to the content I paid for?

NOTE- June 19, 2018: This answer was updated with the above information from the following text- "Players will keep all purchased Monsters, Hunters, and skins after the server shutdown on September 3, 2018. Be sure to spend your in-game currency as the store closes along with the servers on September 3. All content can be accessed through , which is the original retail version of."

How do I access ?

What features will still be functional in ?

What features are going away?

July 2, 2018: September 3, 2018: CONSOLE: Peer-to-peer multiplayer:
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