New DLC has simply been added to Hunt: Showdown, Crytek’s unique survival PVP and PVE horror recreation. The beauty DLC is accessible now on each PC and console, permitting players to indicate off on the gruesome and monster-filled lands of the bayou.
Crytek has large things deliberate for 2021 in Hunt: Showdown. But it’s too early in the year for these large gameplay adjustments and content material drops. 2021 will seemingly see a brand new map, a creepy crow boss, an up to date post-action report, tons of recent weapons, and more. But to maintain players engaged Meanwhile, the developer has added some Legendary DLC.
The Trick Shooter DLC is available on Steam!
Get the Legendary Hunter and two of his most gruesome weapons here: https://t.co/lWl6VJwdeq
Coming to consoles on the 25th. pic.twitter.com/lKADNmB4b2
— Hunt: Showdown (@HuntShowdown) January 21, 2021
The Live servers are now back online, including our new DLCs: The Trick Shooter, and The Ronin.
Make sure to pick up this Unlikely Pair Bundle now –
— Hunt: Showdown (@HuntShowdown) January 25, 2021
For starters, the Trick Shooter DLC got here to Steam on PC on January 21 after which dropped just a few days afterward PlayStation and Xbox consoles on January 25. Moreover, the Ronin DLC has been obtainable on the PC since December for Hunt: Showdown players. However, it also dropped on consoles for the primary time on consoles on January 25.
The Trick Shooter DLC prices players $6.99 USD and comes with a Legendary Hunter named Carter and two weapons. Carter comes from Wild Wild West present enterprise and is a sharpshooter. His Bear’s Leg Winfield M1873C Vandal Deadeye is nice at choosing off enemies at a distance and his aptly named Carter’s Quickshot Specter (shotgun) needs to be efficient at shut vary. The number of the weapons on this DLC pack makes for strategy in Hunt: Showdown.
Meanwhile, the Ronin DLC pack also offers Legendary gear, albeit one which among the fanbase thought of a bit jarring. With the theme of the sport being the Louisiana bayou in the late 1800s, the Japanese Tokugawa shogunate (Ronin) Hunter skin could really feel misplaced. However, The Tanto blade and the Seinan Sharpshooter (Springfield 1866) nonetheless get the job completed on the battlefield. And over time, Crytek has been including Hunters to the sport that are much less life like, like including Ebeneezer Scrooge to Hunt: Showdown, a zombie-like Hunter named The Revenant, and more. Along with also costing $6.99 USD, console players can buy each the Ronin and The Trick Shooter DLCs as a bundle for $9.99 USD.
Hunt: Showdown is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.