10 Best Hunting Game For Ps4
Updated on: March 2023
Best Hunting Game For Ps4 in 2023
theHunter: Call of the Wild - PlayStation 4
Hunting Simulator - PlayStation 4
- Track 37 species, each with realistic animal behaviors: big and Small game, predators, waterfowl.and many more
- Explore 12 expansive regions based on real hunting areas in Europe and north America adapting to the elements as the weather and time of day dynamically change
- Choose from AMONG 17 different firearms (rifles, bows and crossbows) including official winchester and browning Licensed weapons, and close to 50 essential accessories
- Improve your Shooting skills on the Shooting range and track all sorts of Prey in Free hunt; take Off on an adventure with three friends or with players from around the globe
- A first in the hunting game genre: use a drone to explore your environment
theHunter: Call of the Wild - 2019 Edition - PS4 (PS4)
- Explore a Vast Open World. By Foot or ATV
- Different Species - Different Challenge
- Become a Hunter. Design the Hunt
PDP PS4 MARS Starter Pack - Big Buck Hunter: Arcade, 051-106-NA
- Features a low-power IR laser for unmatched precision
- Works on any display: SD, HD, 4K, and projectors
- Supports up to 2 players
- Includes a MARS IR STATION (camera), MARS LIGHTCON (lightgun), and digital copy of the game
- Officially licensed by Sony
Predator: Hunting Grounds - PlayStation 4
- HUNT OR BE HUNTED: Predator: Hunting Grounds is an exciting online multiplayer shooter that pits man against Predator
- BE THE PREDATOR: Hunt down the Fireteam as the Predator, using deadly alien weaponry to stalk your prey
- GET TO THE CHOPPER: Play as member of a 4 person Fireteam to complete challenging missions and escape before Predator finds you
- HUMAN VS ALIEN WEAPONRY: As the Fireteam, access state of the art arsenal from sidearms to assault rifles, shotguns, grenades and heavy weapons; Or hunt with the Predator’s deadly tech including the shoulder mounted Plasma Caster, Combistick, Smart Disc, Wrist Blades, Yaujta Longbow and more
theHunter: 2019 Edition - PlayStation 4
- Explore a vast open world. By foot or ATV
- Different species - different challenge
- Become a Hunter. Design the hunt
- Share hunting experiences and the Hunter Club. Earn bragging rights
- Includes all 11 available DLC
Cabela's African Adventure - PlayStation 4
- Vast hunting areas 5X the size of any other Cabela's console game!
- Highly memorable "Big 5"; challenging and fun boss animal fights
- Take on large heards of stampeding buffola, packs of predators, and dream prey across 5 diferent biomes!
- Enter and leave your vehicle anytime, anywhere!
- Two exciting modes: Safari mode; Shooting Galleries
Mudrunner - American Wilds Edition - PlayStation 4
- Giant maps - American Wilds comes with highly-requested additions, including 2 new sandbox maps inspired by the rough lands of Montana and North Dakota
- New Challenges - all-new driving experiences to master over varied environments with the most iconic US vehicles from household brands such as Hummer, Western Star and Chevrolet
- Drive with friends - go solo or join up to three others in co-op multiplayer
- True-to-Life Physics - Overcome muddy terrain, rivers, and other obstacles that realistically react to the weight and movement of the vehicle - made possible by the game's advanced physics engine
- The most complete Mud Runner experience - Mud Runner - American Wilds includes the full game and all Mud Runner DLC already available
Duck Dynasty - PlayStation 4
- Call in ducks to your blind using a variety of calls and then fire away
- Hunt Louisianna wildlife including squirrels, frogs and fish for Miss Kay to cook her famous dishes
- Join Jase in duck call room antics as you sneak around the warehouse to trick Willie
- Race against Willie in an airboat as you drive across the Robertson family swampland
- Uncover Uncle Si's bizzare "treasures" with a metal detector
Hunting Simulator 2 (PS4) - PlayStation 4
- Experience a realistic hunting adventure: over 36 different animals of all sizes located in their natural habitats; hunt in one of 3 major regions, comprised of multiple subregions for tons of variety and content
- Partner with your Dog companion: introducing a brand-new hunting Dog mechanic to assist you on your hunt; command your Dog to track, freeze, Follow and more
- Enjoy the best of hunting brands: using all Licensed Gear from top hunting brands around the world; customize your player with 65 different weapons, 13 special items, and 87 apparel options
Watch Out for De Blob for the Nintendo Wii, by THQ Games
Every once in a while, a game comes out with simplistic gameplay, a silly premise, and is absolutely addictive. Such is the case for De Blob, a new game from THQ which I got a chance to try out before its release.
Such is the case for de Blob, a new game for the Nintendo Wii and DS by THQ Games. I got a chance to try it out at the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) in Seattle this year, and it was by far the most addictive game that I played there. In fact, it was the only game that I played more than once out of all the ones that I sampled at PAX.
In de Blob, you are a rolling blob who lives in a 3-D world that would normally look cool, but has been tragically derived of all its color. Apparently, an evil INKT corporation has ruled that color is a crime, and so de Blob has started a mission to colorize the monochromatic streets.
You then smash the Leech Bots who will paint you a certain color as well as increase your size. Then, as you run into buildings and other structures, they are instantly painted whatever color you are. As the buildings get painted colors, you accrue points that are used to go to new levels. Colors can be mixed, as ramming into a yellow and blue make green, and so forth. There are also some nifty splatter paint mixes.
Also in the game are these little green imps who look a lot like Plankton from Spongebob Squarepants. They tell you to go on little mini-missions, like when I had to paint an entire fleet of boats blue. Sometimes you have to take on the INKT police, who you can defeat by bouncing on them. It takes a little Z-targeting for that, and it works out pretty well. If the ink guys touch you, then you begin to shrink. The only to get over that is to plunge yourself in water, and you start out small again.
I realize that the very premise of this game sounds completely ridiculous, but I found it as addictive as Pac-man, Burger Time, or games with silly premises back in the eighties. The controls of the game were a little awkward, as is the case of a lot of 3-D games. In other words, every time I jumped, I wasn't certain whether I was jumping in the right direction. I had the same problem with Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, but I quickly adapted, as I did in de Blob.
Still, I might shell out the money for de Blob when it comes out in early 2020. Too bad it isn't a Christmas release, for I highly recommend it.