Predator: Hunting Grounds Reviews
A predictably grim spin on a legendary action license that really deserves better, Predator: Hunting Grounds is unworthy prey.
Predator: Hunting Grounds offers brief moments of blockbuster action, but ultimately underwhelms more than it excites.
Easily the most authentic Predator game ever made but also a paper-thin multiplayer game that offers far too little content and variety for its asking price.
Hunting Grounds sets the table for thrilling cat-and-mouse battles or embarrassing farces; the quality of each match is ultimately up to players. When everyone's dialed into their roles, it's a lot of fun
Predator: Hunting Grounds' lack of variety and shallow gameplay make it difficult to stick with beyond a handful of rounds.
There is a shell of a good game in Predator: Hunting Grounds, but severe balancing issues, poor console performance, and general clunkiness hold it back from standing shoulder to shoulder with other solid 4v1 multiplayer games—even the one its developer has made before. While its Predator callbacks are solid, for fans looking for another good Predator game, there's not one to be found here. At least not yet.
I'm curious where Predator: Hunting Grounds will go from here given Sony's backing and IllFonic's takeaways from its prior game, Friday the 13th. Despite all the glaring issues, numerous nitpicks, and small scope, I have a real soft spot for this game. The concept deserves to grow and thrive for years.
Much like a real hunt, Predator: Hunting Grounds rewards patience. Wading through the questionable technical performance and perplexing design gives persistent Predators a multiplayer experience that flourishes as its cat-and-mouse gameplay reveals itself like a newly uncloaked Yautja.
Wether you're the hunter or the prey, Predator: Hunting Grounds is a fun asymmetrical game that honors the legacy of the Predator franchise. Sadly, technical problems and lack of content hurts the overall sense of enjoyment.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Predator: Hunting Grounds is a decent multiplayer romp with just enough content and ideas to make it worthwhile. It's a huge improvement over Ifflonic's last game, Dead Alliance, and one that's definitely pumped up thanks to having a popular license to lean on.
In its current state, however, it's best left to hardcore Predator fans insistent upon adding any related media to their collection.
Predator: Hunting Grounds is a multiplayer game to enjoy with friends. Sowing terror as a Predator by going through the jungle could be great, but the game needs to improve a few points. Although the title has major shortcomings, such as the lack of maps or long matchmaking times, the studio has designed a game that will please fans of Friday the 13th: The Game.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Few contents compared to the competition. Various structural, as well as technical, issues. Fun only in the short term, and only with the right company.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Predator: Hunting Grounds feels like a rough and empty game that is held up by its adherence to the original film's tone and atmosphere. But the overall quality hits more like the forgettable sequels, unfortunately.
Predator: Hunting Grounds is adecent asymmetrical online shooter, despite lacking the polish of bigger, more established games. Although there aren't a lot of modes, and load times to play as the Predator are too long, it's still a lot of fun.
There’s a really excellent Predator in here, waiting to be set free.
Predator: Hunting Grounds is a 4v1 asymmetrical multiplayer game that pits a fireteam against the deadly Predator. Gameplay is tense and enjoyable on both ends, but if you want to play as the Predator, then queue times are currently much longer. It's best played in bursts of a few hours at most.
Remember the dumpster fire that was Alien: Colonial Marines? Just imagine that, but instead, it's an asymmetrical multiplayer game featuring the Predator. Is it technically playable? Sure. But you won't want to play it for an extended period of time. Please don't waste your money on this.
It's not a bad game, and is fun for a weekend, but it doesn't offer enough to justify it's price tag.