The latest reserve coming to theHunter: Call of the Wild has just been announced. Silver Ridge Peaks is a massive hunting reserve located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. It will feature at least 5 new animals and a new type of bow.
They start by showing off the new Alexander Longbow that comes with the Silver Ridge Peaks DLC. It looks to be an extremely accurate bow, allowing you to take precise shots without a scope. Then some highlights from Pronghorn and Turkey hunting. Flinter takes some up-close shot with the new longbow, and also puts his muzzle loader to good use. You also get a quick look at the newly added Mountain Goats. Finally, they take down some epic Rocky Mountain Elk and Bighorn Sheep.
Bow hunting may not be my cup of tea (mostly due to a lack of skill and practice), however I am still exited to try out the new DLC for myself. From the small glimpse you get from the video, it looks like Expansive Worlds did a great job capturing the beauty of the Rocky Mountains. It is a very large map, full of life, and I cannot wait to explore!
Update: The release date has been announced - Tuesday, June 23, 2020
This video by Gameranx goes over 10 games where YOU ARE THE BOSS! All of the games on the list are pretty epic, but there were a few that stood out to me. These three are personal favorites of mine, and I highly recommend you check them out:
Jackbox Party Pack 6 has arrived! I have not had a chance to stream it myself, but here are a few clips from my friend, Bodiggles, live stream. (They are mature rated, obviously)
Jackbox Party Pack 6 will be coming this Fall! I can't wait to play. I will most likely get it on release and stream the game non-stop!
Check out this Trivia Murder Party 2 Gameplay
A decade ago, the last Destroy All Humans! game was released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. While the game did not receive the best reviews, I remember enjoying the game. The open world adventure was enjoyable, included many fun weapons, and threw in some comedy.
The remake coming in 2020, will be a remaster of the original Destroy All Humans! game from 2005. This game was well received and includes many of the same aspects that I enjoyed in the most recent game, Path of the Furon.
While a remake isn't exactly breaking news, I would consider buying this game after its release. It gives old DAH! fans a chance to relive the fun experience and will also be available to gamers who have since left consoles and play on a PC.