Hunt: Showdown Solo Hunting Tips

This Hunt: Showdown Solo Hunting Tips guide will give you some pointers on how you can easily survive when out in the wild in Hunt: Showdown. These tips will help you better prepare for the solo matches and tell you about little things that can end up making a huge difference over the course of the game.

Hunt: Showdown Solo Hunting

The first thing that we are going to tell you is to use your knife when you want to kill a target which is not that huge of a threat. Melee will ensure that no one else finds out about your whereabouts and you also get to save your ammunition.

On a similar note, only use your weapon when it is absolutely necessary. Opening doors can be done with a sledgehammer, as they are much more efficient than weapons. It is also best if you crouch around zombies and move away from them rather than use weapons on any zombie that you may see.

Tips And Strategies

At the start, instead of sprinting to a clue, be patient and observe the area that encompasses you because there is decent likelihood of other players getting to that specific clue and using it as a bait against you. Find a place where you that can easily provide you cover if needed and set up an ambush.

Be sure to equip the best gear and guns that you have in your arsenal when you go solo because you do not have anyone to cover your back and it’s solely you out there in that wilderness.

You can use the clues as a bait. Since most of the players will be looking for clues, try to stay near them and kill players when they try to get near them.

Remember that you can also extract yourself early if you want to just gain XP from the hunt and do not need the end game reward.

Standing still is the best way to aim when playing this game. The accuracy of your weapon will be much worse when moving than it would be if you are standing still. For this reason, it is best to always be standing still at a safe distance before you line up your shot and shoot the target.

As far as the placement is concerned, standard FPS formula is followed. Aim for the head to get the most damage output that you can.

Some zombies will move quite fast and it will be difficult for you to aim at their head, but try to do so as you will deal the most damage this way.

If you do get chased by a hive, or you want to take it down yourself, then the best way is to charge forward towards it, fire a shot at it and then melee it until it falls down.

This will save you the most amount of time and will leave you with the largest health possible when dealing with a hive.

Always keep your ears open! Make sure that you have your volume turned up just enough to hear everything in your whereabouts because otherwise, you won’t be able to brace yourself for anyone who crosses your path.

Shift your position immediately after you have made any kind of noise; let it be of your gunfire or your movement.

In case you have missed an easy shot, don’t despair, run and hide – try again when you’re ready.

Once you have gotten past the first 20 levels, you will experience a much competitive gameplay. It’s only natural that you may struggle on it for a while but be confident, you will be able to pull through. However, if you feel like you’re bound to fail, you can always extract sooner and save up your guns for later.

Lastly, remember to avoid the Brutes, as they will continue to charge you even when they are damaged and they can be a massive hassle to deal with.

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