The release of Remnant 2 is approaching. Gamers with PCs, PlayStation 5 consoles, or Xbox Series X|S systems will be able to buy the Gunfire Games title on July 25, 2023. Remnant from the Ashes, which was created by the same studio and launched in 2019, is the predecessor to Remnant 2, as we have already stated in this article. This game has received a lot of positive coverage, even though players haven't reacted as favorably as the media.
Like its predecessor, Remnant 2 is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which the existence of monstrous beasts poses a threat to society. The player will be responsible for unraveling the mysteries behind this invasion, either alone or in cooperation with two other companions, in order to make sense of the situation and safeguard the Earth from harm.
In addition to other things, players will have the choice to choose an archetype (or class) before the start of this adventure. The proper class must be selected in order to avoid being caught off guard as the game becomes more difficult. In light of this, we have decided to examine The Gunslinger class, The Handler class, The Challenger, and The Medic class before giving you a brief rundown of The Hunter archetype from Remnant 2 and highlighting its benefits.
Remnant 2 classes: The Hunter
Remnant 2 Hunter is the unrivaled master of pinpoint accuracy and deadly precision on the battlefield. Hunters possess an innate ability to seek out and exploit their foes' vulnerabilities, ensuring that every shot counts. With their keen eyes and steady hands, they excel in delivering devastating blows, leaving enemies trembling in fear. The Hunter archetype is centered around gameplay that emphasizes long-range combat and precision. They possess a remarkable ability to quickly spot and eliminate targets, frequently neutralizing them even before the battle commences.
This archetype's perks are meticulously designed to maximize the impact of every strike and seize each opportunity, regardless of how narrow the window may be. Central to their entire arsenal is the “Dead to Rights” prime perk, which grants bonus damage when targeting weak spots while a Hunter skill is active. Moreover, this skill's duration can be extended beyond its initial value with a well-timed shot, showcasing this class' finesse.
Another distinctive ability is called “Marked,” which allows them to detect enemies through walls and exposes these foes to increased Critical Hit vulnerability from the entire team. Among their skills, the widely favored “Hunter's Mark” is a tried-and-true fan favorite. Activating this skill instantly reveals and marks all nearby enemies, ensuring the whole team gains awareness of potential threats.
For a more methodical approach, the Hunter wields “Hunter's Focus” as their second skill. While aiming down sights, the targeted enemy automatically becomes marked, and by maintaining focus without firing, the Hunter enjoys substantial bonuses to accuracy, damage, and critical chance. This effect persists as long as this archetype remains aimed.
To enhance their survivability and lethality, the Hunter employs the “Hunter Shroud” as their third skill. By nimbly blending into the shadows, this class becomes nearly untouchable, avoiding damage while in motion. The subsequent “Drop Shroud” attack marks nearby enemies and grants a formidable ranged melee damage buff. Should the Hunter refrain from attacking for a brief period, they can seamlessly re-enter the shrouded state.
Completing their kit is the Hunter trait called “Longshot,” substantially increasing the effective range of all firearms, from rifles to shotguns. Players who relish rewarding and precision-focused gameplay will undoubtedly find their calling in the Hunter class. These skilled marksmen boast unparalleled range capabilities, solidifying their status as legendary damage dealers on the battlefield.