theHunter: Call of the Wild offers the most immersive hunting experience ever. You can experience complex animal behavior, dynamic weather events, full day and night cycles, and so much more to enhance the playthrough. Players can explore 50 square miles of varied terrain and visit distinct hunting reserves. The game features both single and multiplayer experiences.
With a little over a week until the full release of theHunter: Call of the Wild, Avalanche Studios and Expansive Worlds are thrilled to share the release trailer that features the game’s second major hunting reserve, dubbed Layton Lake District. The new trailer shows off the Pacific Northwest in a level of detail that has never been seen in a hunting game before until now.
Layton Lake Distrinct is set in the Pacific Northwest and features dense pine forests surrounded by snow-covered peaks, inhabited with game like the Moose, the Whitetail Deer, the Roosevelt Elk, the Black Bear, and more. This stands in contrast to the mellow autumn hues of the previously announced Hirschfelden hunting reserve .
A total of 14 unique base weapons are available across two massive reserves, ranging from long-range rifles to stealthy precision bows and agile handguns. Some of these weapons are customizable with scopes and outfitted with different types of ammunition. A set of skills can also alter the way you handle weapons, for example decreasing recoil or reloading faster in a tight spot.
Finally, theHunter: Call of the Wild will support Tobii eye tracking at launch. This technology heightens one of hunting’s most crucial senses and makes it an even more important part of the gameplay experience. Players can explore their surroundings, become more aware of the environment, and increase immersion with this innovative feature.
theHunter: Call of the Wild launches on February 16, 2017 for PC. The game is priced at $29.99, and will be supported by DLC packages. Find it on Steam here.