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Travel to Nepal in theHunter: Call of the Wild’s Sundarpatan Nepal Hunting Reserve DLC

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theHunter Call of the Wild Sundarpatan Nepal Hunting Reserve is coming

Initially releasing in 2017, before receiving a fresh lick of paint in the 2021 re-released version, theHunter: Call of the Wild has no shortage of content to experience. From exploring a wealth of nature reserves across the planet, to equipping your hunting arsenal to the nines, and of course having a plethora of animals to track and hunt, this is the ultimate hunting paradise. And soon, it’ll be time to travel to Nepal as part of theHunter: Call of the Wild’s latest DLC – Sundarpatan Nepal Hunting Reserve.

Beauty & Danger

Being announced by developers Avalanche Studios and Expansive Worlds today (and check out the announcement trailer below for more details), the Sundarpatan Nepal Hunting Reserve DLC for theHunter: Call of the Wild brings with it over a dozen new animals to take down, a new weapon in the 19th century Gandhare Rifle to try out, and of course a beautiful new reserve to explore.

With three unique regions to discover, each with their own animals and weather to marvel at, the key draw of this DLC has to be the world you find yourself in. Nepal truly is wonderful to gaze upon, but remember that not everything is sunshine and rainbows…

As well as the more harmless foxes and sheep-like Tahr to hunt, within the tundra lies an altogether different beast – the Bengal Tiger! This pussy-cat will occasionally turn the tides, and soon enough you’ll turn from theHunter to theHunted! Always, always, keep one eye peeled on your shot, and the other firmly on your surroundings.

Key Features

  • Elevate your hunting game: Discover 13 animals, including 10 new species unique to this area. You’ll need to be on high alert as you come face to face with the territorial Bengal Tiger, the rare and impressive Barasingha, the elusive Snow Leopard, and the Large Tahr – known in these parts simply as the “Great One.” 
  • Push the boundaries: Hunt at altitude on rough, snow-covered, open ridges in the mountain region, explore the iconic rhododendron forests of the mid-hills and brave the overgrown sal forests that bask in the tropical climate of the lowlands. Diversity and variation is omnipresent throughout Sundarpatan, and the sheer scale of this location will challenge even the most experienced hunters. 
  • Embark on a journey of cultural exploration and education: Sundarpatan provides the perfect opportunity to uncover the natural and cultural richness of Nepal. Showcase your hunting expertise with local experts and wardens, and complete non-hunting mission objectives such as agriculture, photography and repairs to support and develop the reserve. 
  • Hunt with the historical Gandhare Rifle: Originally a breech-loading firearm in the late 19th century, the Gandhare Rifle is a handcrafted, high-caliber, single-shot rifle. Made in Nepal by the Nepal Army, the weapon is testament to Nepali innovation, both in the military and hunting realms.

Coming Soon!

The Sundarpatan Nepal Hunting Reserve DLC for theHunter: Call of the Wild will release on June 18th on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC.

On the same day, all players will also receive the Sundarpatan Rhododendron Paint and the Sundarpatan Flowers Camo cosmetic items, free of charge, with this update also bringing some quality of life adjustments and bug fixes to the game as a whole.

Just can’t wait to start hunting? Remember that theHunter: Call of the Wild is available for free for those of you with PC or Xbox Game Pass! Alternatively, you can pick up the base game for £23.99 via the Xbox Store.

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