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Hounds: The Last Hope

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4 Classes – Every player has its own way of playing. In Hounds: The Last Hope, you can choose from 4 different classes; Assault, Tech, Support and Specialist. Each class has unique abilities of their own that impacts the success of your squad.

Story Driven Missions – You don’t expect an action game to have good story, do you? Well you’re wrong in this case. Hounds: The Last Hope, comes with a compelling story with full of cinematic action sequences. Plus, every mission is voice acted by professional actors and actresses that increases the immersion.

Challenge Mode - Each mission in Hounds has also a challenge mode for those who would like to taste the mayhem of the Wickbroke Apocalypse. Gather your friends, prepare your plan because without tactical cooperation, you’ll just be crushed by the enemy.

Competitive PvP– Story is not the only part where Hounds: The Last Hope shines. Prove your skills in competitive PvP in any game mode you like. Hounds: The Last Hope comes with 4 Game modes (and counting) and more than 8 (and counting) PvP maps. Step up and show us you are a worthy soldier!

Variety of Weapons – Say hello to my little friend! With 10 different weapon class and countless skins and variations, together with the dynamic options, Hounds may be the only game that you’ll be able to have a gun that suits your taste.

Crafting– The world is not as it is used to be. If you want to create a new weapon or armor, you have to recycle. Gather materials from missions, shattering existing items and craft your own weapon according to the recipes.

Enchantment- Enchant your weapons and armors and customize your gear. It is what distinguishes rookies from veterans.
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Netmarble Games
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Netmarble Games
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Website
https://www.facebook.com/HoundsDevTeam/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Win Vista
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E4300 @1.8GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce 7300GT 256MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Win 7 64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E6600 @2.4GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GTS250 512MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
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Last Modified: Apr 22, 2019

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Hounds: The Last Hope reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Unlike the BUFF released Version of this Game, the Steam Version is very OP. Most Maps are to be created in both Levels of difficulty in the Solo. Unfortunately, too few Users active in longer Regard, the Game itself is actually well done. Everything is in Play without having to invest a Penny of real money, away from the DLC Maps. Would only be nice if the other PVP Maps could be found here as well, and if the Servers for PVP were to run better. It's definitely worth it.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Super good Game. Due to the non-essential graphics requirements, it is also ideal for every Man. So You can play with any of your Friends. Basically, I can recommend the Game especially because of the PvE Share. I liked to see positively:-Extensive PvE multiplayer missions-Could not find Any items in the Cashshop that Players do better than with the Stuff you can build yourself like that. (Except supplement stuff like XP boosters, credit boosters and the same) I noticed negative:-Server almost always Emper (max 10 People at the Same time ON "on weekends")-From the few Players Cheating then also some (In The PvE). Missions-End Porting to complete each mission instant is one Example. -Steam always takes Screenshots when you open the Inventory on "I," even though the screenshot button is somewhere on "F12."
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Absolutely Co-op! After a thorough reading of the Review, I noticed that some are upset about the Purchase Price. This is mostly because it was or is previously available for Free on Bufft, and on team it was not. The principle of financing is or was, because of it, different. I talked to my clan about it, and I think you can note that on Bufft only about in game with real money purchase of chests weapons and Armor material, which has led to far greater costs. the prince pulb of the free to play game allso.on, on the other hand, on team The player is finally given more material over time gets through the lodge or events, and it can gain certain weapons sets by diren buying from token (dlc). Who are then even bielder than the purchase of bufft boxes at bufft for craft materials. Now to the game the game is a pure koop game, you play maps that have a length of 30 to 60 minutes, with 1tll 6 players. 4 classes with different advantages and tasks. One to hold head, one to support and 2 which is well heres.Each class can use any weapon, in various ways there is only in the classes specification (skills), where among others there is also some weapon with under it, with pasiv boni. The maps you play tell the story, so to speak, and you play the story druch in 2 different floating degrees, to which the maps become more difficult per player. It is worth trying some maps with less players if it is too difficult with all 6 players. If I have to describe the way the opponents and the world in which one would fight I would compare it with the series Falling Skies. People are changed to monsternzom/bis and the verses are to fight.
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