Way of the Hunter: IRL Hunter Challenge

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Way of the Hunter is a realistic hunting simulator, but Alysia Judge has never fired a real rifle. She visited The Deer Hub to get some training and take part in 3 challenges and see if she’s got what it takes to be a hunter. Sponsored by Way of the Hunter.

Learn more about The Deer Hub here: https://www.deerstalkinghub.co.uk

Inspired by Way of the Hunter, Alysia is trained by expert marksman and founder of The Deer Hub James Mott in three challenges related to hunting. In the stealth challenge she has to move quietly through the woods and avoid being spotted by the cameraman. In the shooting challenge she has 3 chances to hit a bullseye using a real hunting rifle. In the final challenge she must put all her knowledge into practice to find her targets, get into position and shoot. Way of the Hunter launches on 16th August 2022 for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

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