The team behind Hunt: Showdown has revealed a set of live stream videos that show off what the game has in store for gamers at this moment and what the future could hold when it launches. The game is currently billed for PC and has no official release date.
In the past couple of days or so, the folks behind Hunt: Showdown took up the task to bring gamers interested in said title two new live stream videos, which cover weapons and gameplay mechanics.
The video streams, as expected, run for a very long time and feature commentary and talking points thanks to the devs. The first of the two videos is about weapon experience and how the devs want guns and explosives to play out.
The second video that follows the first live stream is all about the world of Hunt: Showdown. The second video is 30 minutes shorter than that of the first, but it should give eager fans a nice view of what Showdown has to offer.
Before dabbling into the second video, the first video arrives with active timestamps that sit below:
- Start of First Talk – 1:54
- Weapons – 7:56
- WIP Gameplay – 45:54
- Early Access Gameplay – 1:13:12
- Second Early Access Gameplay – 1:50:52
- Closing Talk – 2:17:15
Just like the first video, the second video sports timestamps that can be seen below:
- Start of First Talk – 0:29
- Second World Talk and Overview – 31:47
- Gameplay – 1:16:09
- Second Gameplay – 1:39:48
- Closing Talk 1:58:51
If you don’t know, the guns in the game actually hold ammunition in them, which means that you have to load bullets in your weapon, and chamber a round in the gun that you are holding. This is very important, because ghost reloading — switching from your primary weapon when the reload animation starts and switching back to speed the reload up — will not work in the final build.
More information on the Hunt: Showdown can be found over on huntshowdown.com.