Crytek’s online multi player bounty hunting game is out now on PC, and it’s got brand-new DLC riding shotgun alongside it. Players can get Hunt: Showdown on PC for $59.00 AUD or bundled with the new Legends of the Bayou DLC for $66.51 AUD. Players who already own the game can purchase just the DLC for $14.90 AUD. Prior to release, Hunt: Showdown spent time in Steam Early Access, a program that allows developers to work closely with their game community as they develop and refine the game, in Hunt’s case, over the course of over 20 updates and multiple patches. That community, says Hunt Producer Fatih Özbayram, was integral to the game’s development process.
Today Crytek announced that their multiplayer bounty hunting game, Hunt: Showdown, will be seeing a full release on three major platforms this year. Hunt: Showdown for PC and Xbox will launch on August 27th, 2019 for $59.95 RRP. Meanwhile, PlayStation players will be seeing their own full release of the online game this Spring. In addition to this digital release, Crytek is partnering with Koch Media to bring the retail version of Hunt to stores worldwide. Hunt: Showdown launched in Early Access on Steam in February 2018 and on Xbox Game Preview in May 2019. Both platforms allowed the Hunt team the unique opportunity to front a community-driven development process, by taking player feedback onboard and integrating it into the game’s development roadmap. Since that first release in February 2018, Hunt has seen nearly 20 updates and patches, including a new boss, a new map, two new times of day, additional ...