Hunt: Showdown is a multiplayer first person shooter developed by Crytek.
Players playing as hunters face off against each other, while also contending with various monsters that have overrun the world.
Hunt: Showdown is bringing a new type of boss fights with its newest event—Wild Targets. The first of these is Rotjaw.
The newest update to Hunt: Showdown adds new tutorials to the game, alongside new questlines and activities.
Crytek has been releasing teases that would indicate a new drone-styled piece of equipment in the form of a beetle that scounts an area for its handler for Hunt: Showdown.
Hunt: Showdown is kicking off its new 60-day event. Dubbed Serpent Moon, the event features snake sacrifice, a new Legendary Hunter, and new weapons.
Crytek confirms it's aware of the exploit and is working on a fix, and warns that intentionally abusing it will result in bans.
Hunt: Showdown's update 1.7 offers a framerate of up to 60 fps on both the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, which is live now.
"It's one of the most important features for us right now," says Crytek.
Hunt: Showdown producer Fatih Özbayram speaks with GamingBolt about Crytek's intense new shooter.
Crytek is also planning live events and working on a new boss for the future.
It's dangerous to go alone.
Everything you need to know about Hunt: Showdown.
The PS4 version will be out this Fall.
You can check out Crytek’s newest shooter on Xbox now.
We also get a new teaser trailer for the game.
Lawson Delta will be showcased in more detail at TwitchCon 2018.
The much-requested solo mode will be available until September 6, and brings special rewards for top players.
Currently available on Steam Early Access, Crytek's PvEvP shooter is coming to Xbox One.
The next update, due this Summer, brings new crossbows into the fray.
Available for $29.99 with two boss targets, 33 pieces of equipment and much more.
How exactly do you play the creepy survival shooter? Find out here.
The hunt against monsters - and from other players - will commence very, very soon.
The shooter will start off with a small number of players before expanding its pool in subsequent phases.
The Early Access period is expected to last for about a year during which the developers will consider player feedback to improve upon the game.
Crytek going back to what they do best.
Our hands off impressions of this deeply impressive game.
The hunt is on.
Hunt has gone from PvE to PvPvE.
Now a competitive multiplayer title of sorts.
"We hope we’ll be able to share interesting news soon."
Developer can't share much beyond development is ongoing.
Everything you need to know about Hunt: horrors of the gilded age
Fight in the 1800s against various mythical beasts and monsters.