Depending on your approach, you could spend 30 minutes, even an hour, without taking a shot in Hunting Simulator 2, but it doesn’t really matter. It’s as much about taking in the atmosphere as it is the action. You can just run around like a madman (or woman) hoping you’ll bump into an animal if you like, but the best hunters look for clues and track their prey, following trails until they can sneak up and catch their target unaware. Then it’s all down to taking that important first (and hopefully only) shot. Once an animal is down you can claim it, then either sell it for cash or turn it into a trophy.
Before heading out to hunt, for example, you need to purchase licenses for the animals you intend to pursue. And once out in any one of Hunting Simulator 2‘s wonderful environments, you need to have the correct calibre ammo for the animal you’re hunting. You also can’t shoot females, and you’re limited as to how many bullets you can use to put an animal down. Break any of these rules, and not only will you receive a fine, you also might not be able to claim the animal you’ve hunted, rendering your efforts all for nought.
Title: Hunting Simulator 2
Genre: Action, Adventure, Simulation, Sports, Strategy
Franchise: Hunting Simulator