As the name suggests, “The Hunter: Call of the Wild” is a first-person simulation video game dedicated to hunters, big/small game enthusiasts, and those who’d like to try hunting but aren’t ready to go into the outdoors yet. It is the sequel of “theHunter” classic and “theHunter: Primal,” developed by Expansive Worlds and published by Avalanche Studios in 2017.

This hunting simulation offers a vast open archipelago that would surely make your jaw-dropped as it perfectly captures both the ambiance and surround sound of the wilderness. With just the base game, there are tons to unpack already.

Two Beautiful Reserves In The Base Game

You can choose between the majestic sceneries of the hunting reserves of the Pacific Northwest or Europe.

Hirschfelden Hunting Reserve is a challenging hunting ground with steep mountain slopes and dense spruce forests. It’s difficult to keep a low profile because as you traverse the German farmland, the sound of the grass and leaves will certainly be detected by nearby animals if you aren’t stealthy enough. Nonetheless, a variety of big game animals, including fallow deer, wild boar, roe deer, European bison, red deer, and red fox, can be found here.

Meanwhile, the Layton Lake District’s hunting reserve in the Pacific Northwest is predominantly covered by spruce, larch, aspen forests, rocky mountain slopes, and marshlands in between. While technically still features challenging terrains, this would be ideal for beginners and a place to hone your tracking and stalking abilities. Here you can also find the favorite, sought-after game animals like moose, black bear, Roosevelt elk, whitetail deer, coyotes, and blacktail deer. In 2021, the Layton Lake District Hunting Reserve was hailed as the most favorite reserve in the game.