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Crytek's Hunt: Showdown starts its closed alpha this month
By: HoriZon

Crytek has announced that its intriguing multiplayer swap horror, Hunt: Showdown, will enter closed alpha on January 31st, and players can sign up to participate now.

Hunt: Showdown debuted at last year's E3 and looks to offer an atmospheric blend of first-person PvE and PvP. When a match begins, up to five teams (consisting of either one or two players) must roam the thick Louisiana swampland in a bid to be the first locate and eliminate a specific, boss-like creature. The first team to fell the target gets the bounty, whereupon every other team on the map will turn their sights on the victors as they make their escape.

There's no release date for Hunt: Showdown yet, but Crytek says that the game will likely be in development for at least another 12 months once it hits in Steam Early Access, with the exact length being dependant on player feedback.

On a different note welcome to 2018 from all of us

Source: Eurogamer

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