Tron: Evolution is a third-person action-adventure video game, the tie-in for the film Tron: Legacy. It was...
Tron: Evolution is a third-person action-adventure video game, the tie-in for the film Tron: Legacy. It was developed by Propaganda Games and published by Disney Interactive. It was announced at the Spike Video Game Awards and was released for Microsoft's Windows and Xbox 360 platforms, and Sony's PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable platforms. It was released on November 25, 2010 in Australia, November 26, 2010 in Europe, and December 7, 2010 in North America and Asia. It uses engines from Epic Game's Unreal, and BioWare's Aurora.
Tron: Evolution is a third-person action game with racing and role-playing game elements incorporated. The game features both singleplayer and multiplayer modes. The basic gameplay focuses on acrobatics and combat. Player's movements are heavily parkour-influenced, while combat was inspired by capoeira. The game also features light cycle races. Each cycle leaves a light trail that can destroy or "derez" any enemy. Evolution features persistent character progression system, that lets players earn new levels and unlock new upgrades, both in multiplayer and singleplayer
The PC version of this game is no longer play- or installable in October 2019 due to the SecuROM DRM, which stopped providing authentication servers after Disney revoked their service subscription.
Tron: Evolution sold 190,755 copies in North America, and its critical and commercial underperformance led to the shutdown of Propaganda Games.