As of now as a two story tall monster its very hard to see the hunters.
All I can usually see is the health bars and players name, and I game on a 67" tv from only about 7-8feet away!!
The Hunters names seem to be real clutter on screen and dont change size with distance so can be misleading.
I think a better way may be to replace the health bar and player name with a symbol representing the class.
The symbols would go from dark colored at full health (Matching the class color of course), and as they take damage it drains color exactly like the ability meters do.
Then make the symbols get smaller or larger based on distance to them.
This way the screen is cleaned right up and hunters 100m away dont clutter the screen with full sized health bars and name tags, also makes identification during a batlle with explosions going off in your face constantly more accurate as its not only color but the symbol you can track.
I actually find on some displays the support and trapper color seems very similar and some people I have played with thought the medic was green, the trapper was yellow or brown and the support was brown or yellow.
Then if you insist add the hunters names back on but only at very close distances, say 15m or so, then people can still do videos and have their claim to fame.
Also Evolve has fantastic graphics, but when you look at a hunter who shoots you they get such an ugly highlight around them that makes the detailed character models look like cartoon rejects.
Isn’t there a way to highlight the hunters without ruining the character models detail?
Same complaint for wildlife, whats the point of such nice character models if you cant actually see them during a game or battle?
Perhaps it would be better if the smell detection triggered a pulse similar to a heal burst but of the color of the respective hunter, it would show them for a second or two and fade out. Lets you reacquire target but still enjoy beautiful game design while actually playing the game, radical and idealistic I know but seems like something to consider.