Arcade-style hunting game Open Country announced for PC

Due out on May 18.

Open Country

Publisher 505 Games and developer FUNlabs have announced Open Country, an arcade-style hunting game coming to PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on May 18 for $14.99.

Here is an overview of the game, via 505 Games:

About

Open Country places players in the hiking boots of an all-too-familiar corporate worker drone who yearns for a change from their restrictive city life. Eager to break away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, players and their trusty canine companion are faced with newfound freedom to explore and survive among the untamed wilds and relish in the open spaces of their new life.

Featuring a third-person open world that ranges from lush foliage to harsh landscapes, Open Country’s environment stands ready for players to explore while learning important survival and hunting skills along the way. Want to become a Master Outdoorsman? Players can visit Gary at the Snowridge Lodge and by the Park Ranger to complete more than 30 missions designed to put their newly learned skills to the test.

Key Features

  • Explore – Roam free amongst the terrain and engage in missions throughout the area while sharpening survival skills
  • Hunt and Survive – Manage supplies carefully while trekking out to find both food and sport through hunting
  • Prove Your Skill – By completing tasks in town, players can level up to get better weapons and equipment, engage in tougher missions, and work towards becoming a Master Outdoorsman

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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