In this ultimate Hunt: Showdown - The Bayou Edition you will receive the base game, a Season Pass that includes 1500 Blood Bonds to spend on essential in-game equipment, and 14 DLCs! The first 10 DLCs are available immediately whereas; the final 4 DLCs will be available as they are released over the course of the next few months.
- Hunt: Showdown (base game)
- Last Gust ( one weapon)
- Llorona's Heir (one Hunter)
- Legends of the Bayou (two Hunter, two weapons, 500 Blood Bonds)
- The Phantom (one Hunter)
- Louisiana Legcay (two weapon)
- The Rat (one Hunter)
- The Researcher (one Hunter)
- Zhong Kui ( two Hunters, one weapon)
- Fire Fight (two weapons)
- Arcane Archaeologist (one Hunter, one weapon)
- 1000 Blood Bonds
- The first new DLC will include 4 new legendary weapons
- The second new DLC will include one new legendary Hunter and one new weapon
- The third new DLC will include 3 new legendary weapons
- The fourth new DLC will include 4 new legendary weapons
Hunt: Showdown is a competitive first-person PvP bounty hunting game with heavy PvE elements, from the makers of Crysis. Set in the darkest corners of the world, it packs the thrill of survival games into a match-based format.
The Legends of the Bayou DLC plunges deep into the bayou’s dark heart to christen the full release of Hunt: Showdown and provide those loyal to the cause with two new Legendary Hunter characters, two unique weapons, and 500 Blood Bonds.
A faithful companion throughout an illustrious career, Alison's Winfield was reliable to the end and a constant, comforting reminder of the home she left behind when she traveled to Louisiana.
Much like the legend whose name she uses, Llorona earned her fearsome reputation by drowning her victims and haunting her enemies. Like a shade, she is fast and subtle, with both gun and knife.
The Louisiana Legacy DLC contains two illustrious firearms: Mountain Air and Antebellum Wit. The Mountain Air is a Vetterli 71 Karabiner that hails from Alpine old country and bears an abstract patterned engraving that at once encapsulates budding dew, fertile valleys, and shearing winds. Antebellum Wit is a Romero 77 Handcannon that recalls a bygone era’s charm. A nickel-plated barrel and receiver with exquisite gold detailing is tastefully matched with an ivory colored engraved stock. Discrete in size but ostentatious in display.
Gus Leroux: A former lawyer with a penchant for violence, this theatrical Hunter covers his scarred visage with a mask—not because he is ashamed of the injuries beneath, but because it terrifies his opponents.
Harold Black’s Journal, a collection of anatomical sketches, scientific observations and psychological evaluations, constitute most of what the AHA knows about their enemy. Black received little success until later in life when a chance assignment sent it spiraling down a different path. His hodgepodge education acquired on many walks of life, gave him the unique ability to see connections no one else could, and see reason where others only saw madness.
There are two kinds of people in the world, those living on the right side of the law, and those living on the wrong. Tona Ramirez was the second kind from birth. When she buried her father in an unmarked grave on the border, she took her inheritance: his nickname and a story of a man robbed of fortune. The Rat seeks that fortune now, and that search is what brought her to Louisiana.
The Arcane Archaelogist includes one Legendary Hunter and a new Legendary Weapon:
- The Archaeologist (Hunter)
- Mesa Updraught (weapon)
Elise Austin made her name trying to understand and protect the archaeological footprints of the Hopi people. This led her to the legend of The Destruction of Palatkwapi, a myth with which she became obsessed - to the detriment of her hard-won reputation. Drifting through the desert, a dream came to her: two children tumbling into black water. Recognizing the image’s importance, she followed it, like so many others, into the bayou.
Accompanying the Archaeologist on her desert treks, this Vetterli 71 Deadeye was most at home perched on the rock face of a mesa, scanning the scrub plain for hostiles, and eliminating them.
Hunt’s Zhong Kui DLC features two new Legendary Hunters and a new Legendary Blade:
- the eponymous Zhong Kui (Hunter)
- the ominous Dead Blessing (Hunter)
- the Blood Orchid (weapon)
Zhong Kui is the descendant of long line of demon hunters, historically celebrated on the Chinese New Year as a banisher of malignant spirits.
Dead Blessing is the dark inversion of a symbol of good luck and one bet away from the promise of a peaceful end.
Blood Orchid is a revered blade, in the traditional Chinese Dao style, ornamented with a flowing red sash that brings luck to the wielder.
The Fire Fight contains two Legendary Weapons:
- Algiers Phoenix (weapon)
- Fire Torn (weapon)
Algiers Phoenix: Christened by the New Orleans Fire Department, the Algiers Phoenix helped several victims “rise from the ashes” when it freed them from the flames devouring the Algiers neighborhood. A heavy knife handy both in an emergency, and in the field.
Fire Torn : Charred but not destroyed, this Sparks LRR is not a testament to the destructive power of fire, but to the resilience of that which withstands it. A symbol of hope for rejuvenation.
In folklore, the Crossroads is a place situated between worlds, where one might encounter the supernatural, or make a deal with the devil.
Hunt: Showdown’s Crossroads weapon pack contains four weapons for Hunters of refined skill and taste – three firearms and a bomb lance. Add them to your arsenal at your enemies’ peril.
The Revenant DLC includes the irascible gambler of legend and his weapon:
- The Revenant (one Hunter)
- Caldwell Snake Eyes (one weapon)
Double or Nothing includes three dual wield weapons:
- Dead Ringers (dual wield weapon)
- Dusk and Dawn (dual wield weapon)
- Jekyll and Hyde (dual wield weapon)