After a stint on other consoles & PC, Hunting Simulator has finally made its way to the Switch. Now, Nintendo fans can enjoy hunting expeditions at home or on the go.
Explore 12 areas within the regions of Colorado, Texas, Alberta, Alaska, France, and Scotland, each with their own terrain, challenges, climate, and animals.
Choose from 3 different play modes; campaign, free hunt, and shooting practice. Search for 37 different species on your own or with friends, to accomplish hundreds of objectives.
Decide which of 17 different weapons is best to use in each situation, including crossbows as well as Winchester and Browning licensed rifles.
Take along necessities such as lures, hunting calls, and wind indicators. Survey your surroundings with a drone.
Hunting Simulator is now available for the Nintendo Switch, retailing for $39.99. It’s also available for the PS4, XB1, and PC. (Since the PS4 & XB1 versions have been out a while, they can be found for less than $39.99 in some cases).
Watch the game trailer for Hunting Simulator on the Maximum Games YouTube channel.
Sources: Game Press, BigBen, Neopica, Maximum Games