Hunt: Showdown‘s unique take on survival-horror and multiplayer thoroughly surprised us when we checked it out at E3 2017, and a subsequent gameplay trailer left us wanting more from developer Crytek.
Fortunately, we’ll soon be getting an extended look at the game, as Crytek will be streaming Hunt: Showdown gameplay for four hours during Extra Life’s Game Day charity streaming event.
Crytek will stream Hunt: Showdown on November 4th twice for two hours each time. The first Hunt: Showdown session will start at 6 a.m. PT, while the second will start at 10 a.m. PT. Keep in mind that this will be the first time Crytek is showing off a live demo of Hunt: Showdown, which was first announced back in 2014.
Besides Hunt: Showdown, Crytek will also be streaming devs playing games like Dark Souls, Cuphead, and more from 2 a.m. PT on November 4th until 2 a.m. PT on November 5th. You can check it out on Twitch.
Extra Life is a 24-hour marathon in which players and studios stream for an entire day straight while viewers donate to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Since its inception, Extra Life has raised over $30 million for children’s hospitals around the world.
Hunt: Showdown is scheduled for a fall 2017 early access launch on PC, though Crytek is still considering bringing the game to consoles as well.
Source: PC Gamer