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theHunter: Call of the Wild £3.99 @ Steam

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Hunter call of the wild is on steam for 3 pound instead of 20 pound very positive reviews and a great deal to get if your wanting to try this game.

Never before have you experienced a hunting game like theHunter: Call of the Wild. Plunge into an atmospheric open world, teeming with life: from the majestic true-to-life animals to the rustling of leaves above you as you stalk your prey. You can decide to hunt on your own or join up and hunt together with friends. Just remember, you are not just a visitor in this world, you are a living and breathing part of it. As you finally spot the majestic crown of your first red deer through the brush, the feeling is indescribable.

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The Most Realistic, Open World Hunting Experience
Each reserve is meticulously crafted to be as convincing as possible, letting you step into different regions of the world and traverse its rich biomes. Soon you will learn which animals prefer to travel through which terrains, analysing their authentic behaviours, traits and movement patterns to better pursue them. Then it’s up to you to make an assessment of the value of your target, from the size and symmetry of the antlers of a red deer to the weight and unique plumage of a canada goose, to determine if the animal is worth taking the shot for.

Your Hunt. Your Choice
Create your own Hunting experience. With a wide range of options, stretching from rifles to bows, each with different types of ammunition and suited for differently sized animals, it's up to you to find your favourites and regularly practice your aim as you account for wind and bullet drop alike. Additionally, you have various callers and scents to allow you to lure your target towards you, setting up the perfect spot to finally line up the shot.

Better Together
theHunter: Call of the Wild offers unique multiplayer options. It is up to you whether you decide to collaborate or compete, as there are several in-game challenges and frequent hunting events that you can all pursue. Additionally, if you want to visit and hunt in one of the paid DLC reserves, you can simply join the game of someone who owns it and get to hunting.

Constantly Updated and Evolving

theHunter: Call of the Wild continues to evolve, with regularly released free and paid content to help enrich the overall experience. From new reserves and different weapon and equipment packs to a more realistic generation of antlers and horns (TruRACs), the team is constantly striving to add more to the game.

  • GENRE: Adventure, Simulation, Sports
  • DEVELOPER: Expansive Worlds
  • PUBLISHER: Expansive Worlds
  • RELEASE DATE: 16 Feb, 2017
  • STEAM REVIEWS: Very Positive (102,641 reviews)


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64bit OS - Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i3-4170
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 / ATI HD7870 - 1GB VRAM
  • Storage: 60 GB available space

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    I've put in over 160hours into this game now, and it's the best walking simulator there is... except it's not a walking simulator.

    It's not a face paced game by any means, so I think that's where most of the walking simulator gags come from, as you'll need to explore the map you're on to find the outposts and lookout points. Evan at running speed, you're going to be travelling some distance and that takes time. Once you've found them, travelling around gets much 'easier' when covering larger distances as you can just fast travel to them instantly.

    If you have a tent with you or you've made it to an outpost you may opt for the quad bikes, but they are of course loud and scare the animals away. Probably not what you're wanting for the most part as an hunting game.
    As for the hunting, it vers on the side of arcade fun over realism. For example the tracks will show up on the ground glowing/highlighted and you can put points in to improving it as you level up, while at the same time you can discover areas where they've been feeding or laying to rest, and that'll go on your map that you can refer back to. Given the correct time and location, the animals will always come back to those spots... of course you have to find those spots first.

    The game runs a total 24h cycle (condensed in), so you'll get the sun rise, morning rays, high noon sun, evening golden hour, and then sun set, then you get the night time darkness as well as the moon lighting, all the way into the sunrise again. The visuals are really good with regards to this. You can also sleep in the game to wake up at a particular time, keeping in mind that some animals are night time, some are evening and they move around the map as such.

    This game is a few years old now, so there is what I would consider a lot of DLC to buy after the base game. You don't need any of it to get started, and the more expensive ones like the maps you don't have to buy as you can just join multiplayer maps who are hosting them. Keep in mind that all the money you earn from harvesting animals, or completing the missions for the reserve owners are kept when you go to different maps. Even what you have on your character, so it makes it very easy to jump in and out of multiplayer sessions.

    Again the game is primarily a hunting game, but each map contains a wealth of missions and side quests to complete, with a majority of them not being hunt related but part of the storyline.

    For £3.99 it's well worth the base price and you'll easily get your money's worth.
    Just wondering are quad bikes avalible like shown in the picture or no?
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    Great game. Great price. Very atmospheric and lonely environment. Patience and playing the long game essential. COD is the polar opposite.
    All true, really shows off the game engine, the DLC is also mostly outstanding.
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    150 hours played and feel i've got more than my moneys worth. So this is a good price, although it was free with Epic Games recently. The paid DLC can feel like a bit of a rip off sometimes. Only bought a couple of the extra maps. Medved is great for the snow landscape.
    A very good map. I actually listened Dan Brown's Deception Point as an audio book while playing on that map before completing the map's storyline. It fits so well.

    My favourite map so far has been Yukon Valley, From the shifting weather patten of green land to snow, and back again, high up mountains and lakes to adore, and my first experience of being hunted by a pack wolves made it a a pretty epic adventure.
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    Great game but when you hit level 60 you cant get no further and you should hit that level in just a few days and the game then becomes a little boring.....
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    Anyone tried this on Steamdeck?