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A new much drier map of rootin & # 39; tootin & # 39; Hit Hunt: Showdown.
Crytek’s 2018 criminally underrated bayou royale has been sitting on two maps since launch, but this new map adds a slightly different flavor to the other two swampy landscapes. There’s a lot to take advantage of for just a two-minute trailer, and it looks like Crytek he threw a bunch of small nods towards the direction the new map will take.
Some of the areas were provoked earlier this week, such as the Reeves quarry and the pearl plantation. There is a look at the plantation in the trailer, as well as a fantastic looking mansion. There’s also what appears to be a lounge with a poker table and … you know, a dead man.
NEW SNEAK PEEK MAP – Reeves Quarry 🔍As time goes on, new foundations are dug and new temples are erected in the sky. The time has come for our horizons to expand and for us to explore new environments. pic.twitter.com/sOHjeBNm4VMay 5, 2021
Some new Native American hunters were also featured in the trailer, and a bow is said to be the last weapon added to the arsenal. Hunt currently has crossbows, but this is the first instance of a good traditional bow in the game. Native American hunters and bows have been in demand since Hunt’s release, so that’s good news around.
Hunt: Showdown had its last major update about three months ago, when it landed 1.5, and brought major revisions to the game's interface, as well as a lot of custom ammo and fixes to some long-standing issues.
Everything was designed with new players giving the game a chance; many of the reviews were designed around "player incorporation" and made it easier to "know the purpose of each menu and the game in general." The game also introduced a skill-based confrontation last month in an attempt to make everything a little fairer.