Hunt: Showdown is a first-person PvP bounty hunting game developed by the makers of Crysis. The game is set in Louisiana swamps, and the player plays as a role of hunter given a task to get rid of savage monsters. The game was released on August 27, 2019, and received positive reviews from critics.
Well, currently the servers of the game are down for many users. The servers of the Hunt Shutdown are down for you, do not worry as you are not alone.
A quick look at the micro-blogging site Twitter conveys there are many others affected by the same issue. For a quick glance, here’s how some of the complainants word the problem:
@JonathanFlock @HuntShowdown My friend and I are having trouble connecting. Do you know if it’s a steam-related issue or?
@steveosborne88 @HuntShowdown can’t get into the game… server down?
Down detector – a renowned service that gives details about live outages – also conveys that Hunt Shutdown is indeed going through a glitch in some regions as can be seen in the image below:
Any official word on the matter? No, not yet. We’re not able to obtain a word from the official service channels or their social media handles.
Rest assured, we’re keeping a close eye on all related developments, and will update the story with relevant info as and when we come across any. So in case, you’re encountering the issues discussed here, stay tuned for updates.
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