Martin's contact in the community (Sam Neill) is wary of their growing relationship and sets things in motion that will have a devastating impact on all involved.This is a beautiful, exciting film with nuanced performances from all the players.The console version contains the main game plus the Tents & Ground Blinds DLC and the ATV DLC. Ever since we revealed that the Hunter: Call of the Wild is coming to Xbox One and Playstation 4 in 2017, we have received a lot of encouraging feedback (and countless questions! Today, we want to share an update on the current state of development.Our dedicated console team headed up by Producer Linus has been hard at work polishing and testing the two different versions inside and out.This Australian film, filmed mostly in Tasmania, stars the great character actor Willem Dafoe (in a rare leading role) as Martin David, the title character.David is engaged by a multinational corporation to track down the last surviving "Tasmanian Tiger" so that they may have exclusive rights to its DNA.When Martin goes to the village, he has a hostile reception from the locals.Along the days, Martin spends his days in the Tasmanian wilderness chasing the Tiger and becomes closer and closer to the Armstrong family. As Martin is driving towards Jarrah's house there is a GPS located on the dashboard in front of him.
All systems work together to increase immersion and bring out the hunter in you.
The game already handles really well on both platforms and we can’t wait to share more detailed information and in-game footage with you in the near future.
Today, we’re also happy to confirm that console versions will be released with all the content from the PC version - this includes multiplayer for up to 8 players, both reserves as well as all the animals, character variations, weapons, attachments and items.
the Hunter: Call of the Wild offers the most immersive hunting experience ever created.
Step into a beautiful open world teeming with life, from majestic deer and awe-inspiring bison down to the countless birds, critters and insects of the wilderness.
The juvenile performers are quite good, and Sam Neill is a welcome presence in any film.