A year since it first launched on PS4, Predator: Hunting Grounds has made its way to PC via Steam. To celebrate the game landing on a new platform, developer Illfonic unveiled a new map, updates, and other additions for the game.
For players who purchase the game on Steam, there’ll be the option to jump into the standard edition or a more deluxe version that adds five different Predators–Viking, Samurai, Valkyrie, Jungle Hunter, and City Hunter–three additional masks, and six war paints. Illfonic also noted that cross-play has been enabled and that all progress in-game is stored on a per-platform basis that makes it non-transferable between platforms.
For the new Airstrip map, Illfonic described it in a PlayStation Blog post as an arena that emphasizes vertical limits with fights breaking out on hangar roofs and run-down radio towers. It also has open areas that guerilla snipers can use to their advantage when they’re in a fireteam, while the Predator won’t be able to easily escape into the trees. Players can still hide inside of airplanes to escape enemy fire, but if they encounter a Predator in that claustrophobic space then they’re as good as dead.
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