Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt

Platform(s): PC, Wii, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Release Date: June 2010

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by Rainier on April 1, 2010 @ 9:26 a.m. PDT

The Hunt aims to deliver the most realistic hunting experiences to-date, combining detailed environments and engaging gameplay with highly interactive rifle controllers (Wii only).

Fun for both hunters and gamers, Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt features both realistic, deep single player hunting simulation gameplay and fast-paced, arcade mini games. Nintendo users will also enjoy an exclusive firearm peripheral, the Hunting Controller, which rests against the shoulder like a rifle and allows for more accurate shooting.

Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt features three game modes: Quick Hunt, Career Mode, and the Bass Pro Shops Continental Classic Hunting Championship as well as five mini-games (Duck Hunt, Target Range shooting, ATV Racing, Blind Fire, and Forest Frenzy).

In Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt, players will explore ten diverse North American hunting locations. Each map features unique animals, dangerous animal encounters, randomized animal spawn points and mini-games. Players will be able to take down their prey using a variety of different firearms including bolt-action rifles, shotguns, pistols, and bows. There are 24 animals in Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt including deer, moose, alligators, bears, raccoons and more. As they stalk their prey, players use Bass Pro Shops gear and equipment such as GPS, calls, scents and more.

In Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt, each region features unique animals, dangerous animal encounters, randomized animal spawn points and mini-games.

Georgia - Home of the lush Okefenokee Swamp, which features an abundance of exotic wildlife.

  • Dangerous Encounter: Alligator
  • Legendary Animal: Wild Boar "Weiser"

Wyoming - Home of the Yellowstone National Park, where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains creating a breathtaking visual experience.

  • Dangerous Encounter: Coyote
  • Legendary Animal: Bighorn Sheep "Ironhead"

Maine - With its rolling mountains, dense forests and rugged coastline, this hunter's paradise offers a plethora of wildlife encounters. 

  • Dangerous Encounter: Moose
  • Legendary Animal: Coyote "Wiley"

Missouri - The "Show Me State" features a bounty of scenic rolling hills carpeted with dense oak forests.

  • Dangerous Encounter: Wolf
  • Legendary Animal: White-Tailed Deer "Bullseye"

New Mexico - This jewel of the southwest will enchant players with its mountain vistas and colorful skies.

  • Dangerous Encounter: Mountain Lion
  • Legendary Animal: Black Bear "Oso Viejo"

Minnesota - Referred to as "The Land of 10,000 Lakes," players will take to the oak forests and grassy plains as they pursue a variety of wild game. 

  • Dangerous Encounter: Black Bear
  • Legendary Animal: Wolf "Loup Garou"



Florida - The state's unique location between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean creates a tropical paradise teeming with lush forests engulfed in the swampy mist.  

  • Dangerous Encounter: Alligator "Jaws"
  • Legendary Animal: Black Panther (Players may only take photos)

Alberta - This Canadian Province is a winter wilderness littered with seemingly endless evergreen forests. 

  • Dangerous Encounter: Grizzly Bear
  • Legendary Animal: Caribou "Blackfoot"

Alaska - The largest state in North America, it offers a diverse range of terrain creating a challenging hunting experience for players.

  • Dangerous Encounter: Grizzly Bear "Silverback"
  • Legendary Animal: Polar Bear (Players may only take photos)

Washington - The "Evergreen State" is a land of bountiful forests and rugged coastline.  This hunter's paradise is home to the trophy Columbian Blacktails and serves as the tutorial level in Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt.


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