Hunt: Showdown Ends PS4 and Xbox One Support

Hunt: Showdown Ends PS4 and Xbox One Support
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Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms will no longer support the critically acclaimed PvEvP shooter Hunt: Showdown from developer Crytek on August 15.

Independent video game developer Crytek, situated in Germany and run by brothers Avni and Faruk Yerli, is removing the well-known shooter game Hunt: Showdown from systems from previous generations. On August 15, PvPvE, which debuted in 2019, will no longer be available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Owners of the game will be able to update for free to the latest versions.

The next major update for Hunt: Showdown, according to Crytek’s David Fifield, will see the game “rebooted on a whole new level.” He also added, “Once the update is released and running natively on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles, you will no longer be able to play on older generation consoles and will need to upgrade.”

Hunt: Showdown Receives a Major Update

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The aforementioned patch will bring with it the upgrade to CryEngine 5.11 as well as new biomes, maps, events, and more. As previously stated, starting on August 15th, affected gamers of Hunt: Showdown will receive a free upgrade to the PS5 or Xbox Series X/S edition. According to Fifield, all necessary DLC, player accounts, and powers will be transferred automatically.

Battle royale and first-person shooter themes may be found in Hunt: Showdown, which was published as a complete edition in 2021 after being available in early access for a while. You can particularly enjoy playing the production with your friends because of its aspects, which include boss designs, monsters, events, and environmental design. It is a really successful game. On Steam, Hunt: Showdown, a game with support for Turkish, has received 82% good reviews.

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