Following the recent open beta, Illfonic’s Predator: Hunting Grounds is readying for release. With the developer’s previous effort, Friday the 13th: The Game, available across all platforms many gamers are curious about whether Predator: Hunting Grounds Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam releases are in the works.
Stick with this guide to learn everything you need to know about what platforms Predator: Hunting Grounds is scheduled to hit on its Friday, 24 April release date.
Is there a Predator: Hunting Grounds Nintendo Switch release date?
Unfortunately, Predator: Hunting Grounds isn’t currently scheduled to hit Nintendo Switch. As a result of this, there’s no Predator: Hunting Grounds Nintendo Switch release date for us to share at this time.
Although the asymmetrical multiplayer game looks it’d be a perfect fit for the platform — i.e. something to dip in and out of at home or on the go — there aren’t any plans for it to make the jump. When you learn that the game’s publisher is Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), however, the news isn’t all that surprising.
The PlayStation manufacturer seemingly wants to keep the game as a console exclusive, which is understandable.
Is there a Predator: Hunting Grounds Xbox One release date?
As with the prospects for a Nintendo Switch version, it isn’t looking likely that Hunting Grounds will ever launch on Xbox One. No plans to bring the game to Microsoft’s platform have been announced, which means, naturally, that there’s no known Predator: Hunting Grounds Xbox One release date.
Again, it’s unlikely that Sony will choose to share the game with one of its competitors in the future.
Is there a Predator: Hunting Grounds Steam release date?
Predator: Hunting Grounds is actually coming to PC alongside PlayStation 4, but not without a caveat; it’s an Epic Games Store exclusive.
There are no public plans to bring the game to Steam at the time of writing, although Epic exclusives have made the jump in the past. While there’s no Predator: Hunting Grounds Steam release date currently, Valve’s storefront probably has the best chance of the platforms featured here to see an eventual release.