Best Hunting Game Xbox One in 2023
theHunter: 2019 Edition - Xbox One
- 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
TheHunter Call of the Wild - 2019 Edition (Xbox One)
- 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 DLC
theHunter: Call of the Wild - Xbox One
- 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
- Experience complex animal behavior, dynamic weather events, Full day and night cycles, simulated ballistics, highly realistic acoustics, scents carried by a sophisticated wind system, and much more
- Explore 50 square miles of varied terrain, ranging from wetlands and dense forests to lush Valley and open farm fields. The vast world is split up into separate and distinct hunting reserves
- Take on missions and challenges from the locals, or go Off the beaten path. Discover lookouts, hunting towers and outposts
- Thehunter: Call of the Wild is the Evolution of thehunter, expansive worlds' stand-out hunting game, with over 6 million registered players and 7 years of live Operations.
Hunting Simulator - Xbox One
- 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
Monster Hunter World - Xbox One
- Welcome to the new world: taking on the role of a Hunter, players are tasked with going on a research expedition to a newly discovered continent known only as “new world”
- SEAMLESS gameplay: players and monsters can move from One map area to another freely and without loading screens whilst gameplay also dynamically transitions between night and day.
- Online drop-in multiplayer: when the battle is too daunting to take on single-handedly, hail up to three other hunters to assist during quests by sending up a sos flare to a worldwide server.
- Hunt to craft new Gear: defeat monsters and collect loot from fallen foes to craft equipment and weapons styled after the monsters that have been slain.
- Xbox One X Enhanced title and HDR;Genre:Action role-playing game (RPG)
Deer Hunter Reloaded - Xbox One Standard Edition
- Deer Hunter: Reloaded is a 1st person hunting simulation game based off of the #1 hunting franchise in the World.
- Track and hunt various trophy big game animals such as Whitetail, Mule and Sitka Deer, Big Horn and Dall Sheep, Caribou, Elk and much more.
- Embark on epic guided hunts in hopes of becoming a “Master Hunter.” Progressive levels in realistic environments, life-like hunting scenarios as well as reactive animal!
- Includes Daily & Weekly challenges.
- Bonus Content: Canadian Region
Big Buck Hunter XBOX1 - Xbox One
- 2 Big Game Adventures including Whitetail Deer and Moose adventure.
- Each adventure will hold 3 treks, each with 5 hunting sites for a total of 36 levels to play through.
- Bonus Elk adventure - 3 additional treks each with 15 extra sites and a Black Bear dangerous trophy animal.
- Hunt the dangerous animal for extra points.
- Compete with your friends in turn-based or head-to-head competitions.
Mudrunner - American Wilds Edition - Xbox One
- 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
ATV Drift & Tricks Definitive Edition - Xbox One
- Varied tracks in extreme landscapes - race through deserts, forests, mountains, lakes, rivers, oases and more
- Crazy stunts & drifts to the Max - jump high into the air each time you do a stunt, then come back down to the ground and rack up the drifts. Your tires will pay the price, and so will your opponents
- Choose ATVs, motorbikes, or both - participate in races mixing ATVs and motorbikes at the same time
Duck Dynasty - Xbox One
- 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
Will the Xbox 360 be affordable?
Although the PS3 appears to be a mightier machine, many are speculating Xbox 360 will topple Sony's stranglehold on the console market.
1-Microsoft will make money on Xbox LIVE! subscriptions.
Yes, this service is essentially a no cost item for Microsoft. While it does cost money to set things up and for maintenance, for the most part, it's free money for them. And LIVE! is going in the right direction. Microsoft has taken a service that is extremely popular and made it even better in the 360. I can't wait to play it. There are even rumors Halo 2 will be playable with up to 50 people! Now if there were just a way to mute the potty-mouthed 12-year-olds who take such pleasure in my demise...
2-Microsoft will make money on the games.
This one is self-explanatory. Remember Halo is the biggest selling game in history, and Halo 2 sold 2.4 million games in the first 24 hours. I shouldn't have to remind you that Bungee, the developer of the Halo games, is owned by Microsoft.
3-Microsoft is willing to take a loss, for a long time, to make a gob of money.
In an interview with a top Xbox executive, it was revealed the
initial investment in Xbox was over a billion (yes a billion) dollars and
they've pumped at least twice that much in this cash cow since then. However, with a market share of zero when the thing launched, growth has been staggering.
And, they're in it for the long haul. They didn't even plan to be in
profit-mode for the first 10 years.
4-Bill Gates and Microsoft hate to lose.
Don't we all. But seriously, he really, really hates to lose. His ego is
legendary in the industry. Don't underestimate his desire to win. It's what has made him such a phenomenal success.
Knowing the Xbox has taken a huge loss for some time, why wouldn't they choose to take bigger losses to push Sony out? Playstation has a 70%+ share in the market with MS and Nintendo at around 15%, give or take a few points. I think, technically, Microsoft is in 2nd place, but they aren't beating Nintendo by much.
But, I'll wager that if you look at these same numbers in 10 years, Microsoft will be living large in the lead, with the others trailing. Sony's new PS3 is AWESOME looking, but I doubt they'll be selling it at a loss. Informed sources say $500 or so is a good ballpark for this new console, and how many kids are gonna be getting $500 consoles in their stockings at Christmas? Too few, I'd bet. In fact, Sony seems
to be betting the farm that most gamers are over 30 and catering to that subsection of people. But to exclude a core market, like anyone under 25, would be suicide. However, if this thing is really $500, light the funeral pyres, Sony's going down. Of course, I reserve the right to change my mind if I am wrong, and to deny I ever wrote this.
I'm sure I'll eventually have all three, but I'll probably buy Xbox 360 and NT Revolution at their launch. Of course, I'll be forking out money to buy Halo 3 at the launch time of the PS3 so I won't be able to buy it then. Yes, Bill Gates has already told us Halo 3 will come out the week the PS3 is released.
Do you see what I mean about shrewd marketing?
Hardcore gamers will buy all three systems, but teens, 20-something adults (eating Ramen noodles on spools), and part-time adult gamers will choose one, or maybe even Nintendo plus one, which seems to be common now. Think about it like this, if you were in one of those categories, which one would you choose?