The Matariki Park is Now Open in Way of the Hunter

Get ready for a new experience. Nine Rocks Games

New Zealand is known to be a paradise not only for nature enthusiasts but also for hunters. After all, this country features every imaginable environment while offering unique hunting experiences. You get to do just that in Way of the Hunter with Matariki Park.

This is the latest DLC to be launched for the game and is priced at $9.99. Those who want access to more content can opt to have the Map Pack 2, available for $19.99. It has Matariki Park, which is one of two regions that's in this pack. The second new region is coming out this summer. In addition to the 2 new maps, it also includes an Outfits Pack.

Welcome to the Park

The new Matariki Park offers you a rather remarkable combination of biomes. There's the hilly or mountainous terrain for example, which is home to the unique Himalayan tahr and the mighty Sambar deer. Meanwhile when you go to the lowland forest areas, you'll be in the domain of the majestic Red deer. There's no question that the wildlife here is sure to keep you engaged for hours on end.

Experience Nature

With the different environments, Matariki Park is a world unto itself. Get to see all the animals which have made this park its new home. Animals you can look forward to seeing here are:

  • Chamois
  • European hare
  • European rabbit
  • Fallow deer
  • Feral goat
  • Feral pig
  • Greylag goose
  • Helmeted guineafowl
  • Himalayan tahr
  • Pheasant
  • Red deer (New Zealand)
  • Rocky Mountain elk
  • Sambar deer
  • Sika deer
  • White-Tailed deer
  • Wild boar
  • Wild duck

Elevated Hunting Experience

This new DLC also introduces a new item which is the mobile hunting tripod stand. It's a game-changer for hunters which allows for the placement of a stand as they wait for that right moment.

Way of the Hunter is available for the PC, PlayStation 5, and the Xbox Series X/S. The game offers an authentic hunting experience where players get to explore and hunt in large open-world environments in both the USA and Europe. They get to discover true to life animals in beautiful natural habitats while being able to handle different detailed and highly realistic weapons.

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