Developer Illfonic has announced that this month’s update for Predator: Hunting Grounds, which arrives on August 28 for PC and PlayStation 4, will add cross-play support, new gear, and more.
As part of Patch 2.0, the update will also make an assortment of bug fixes and quality-of-life updates. Illfonic didn’t outline what these adjustments are but said details will come next week.
Some of the new in-game gear include the Classic Combistick, Wrist Launcher, OWLF Assault Rifle, Anti-Cloaking Grenade, UAV Scanner, and Self Revive Syrette, among others. There are also new masks, tints, and other customization items available to unlock.
The aforementioned additions are part of Predator: Hunting Grounds’ free update. There is also paid DLC on the way for August. Illfonic said it will reveal what you can expect sometime next week.
Also coming to Predator: Hunting Grounds in September is a new map and mode. An exact date has yet to be revealed and specifics of each are still under wraps. Illfonic confirmed both will be free.
June’s free Predator: Hunting Grounds update featured a 150-level cap and cosmetics like armors and outfits. And in May, Illfonic added Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer as paid DLC.
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