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Crytek’s multiplayer bounty hunting horror Hunt: Showdown comes to PS4 next month

Crytek’s atmospheric multiplayer horror romp, Hunt: Showdown, will finally make its way to PS4 on 18th February – and console cross-play is confirmed for a future update too.

Hunt: Showdown initially launched on Steam early access back in February 2018, and an Xbox Game Preview version arrived last May. Both versions saw a full release at the tail-end of 2019, so it’s been a fair old wait for those PS4 owners hoping to get involved.

The good news is that Hunt: Showdown’s tense, unsettling spin on team-based multiplayer has been well-received. The gist, for those unawares, is that each match sees 12 bounty hunters – working solo or in teams of two or three – set loose across either monster-infested Louisiana swampland or, in the newest map, through an equally atmospheric, ramshackle town.

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