Crytek’s first-person shooter title   Hunt: Showdown has obtained  its first major update and includes   addresses a considerable quantity of modifications and bug fixes, adds brand new gear and gameplay characteristics. Oh yeah, also it offers players 4000 of in-game money for a means to apologize to players for all of the technical issues that plagued the game before.

Some noteworthy changes introduced into the game contains five new variants for sniper weapons ranging from long, medium, and short-range scopes, eleven new outfits and twelve additional and unique attributes, some modifications into this in-game map, tweaks to inventory slots as well as an updated Bloodline development screen.

On the other hand, the biggest takeaway from this fresh update is how the developers are aiming to reduce camping. As stated by the developer, a majority of players have complained that a sizable number of campers found in-game. Although campers will not be severely punished, the developer has noticed that the new update should create it so that the game is somewhat more balanced.

Hunt: Showdown is an aggressive first-person multiplayer shooter and acts as a spiritual successor to Darksiders. Place in the darkest corners of the world, Hunt: Showdownintertwines a match-based arrangement with the delight of survival games by merging PvP and PvE components along with match-based gameplay to deliver  a unique (albeit stressed) experience for players.

As I mentioned numerous times in the report, this can be a major update, so if you would like more information on what to expect in the new update, check out the complete list of patch notes or see the review from your programmers below.

Hunt: Showdown is available now as a Early Access name on Steam.

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