Top products from r/HuntShowdown

We found 37 product mentions on r/HuntShowdown. We ranked the 20 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/TuFFrabit · 7 pointsr/HuntShowdown

Ok, so you need a mic as well. Alrighty. I'm going to suggest you go a different route than pretty much what everybody else is suggesting. I personally dislike the all in one headsets, especially if they're marketed as "gaming", double especially if they are 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound.

If your priority is actually hearing things in game, and determining direction and such, you are better served with a stereo set that emphasizes the mid range and high end frequencies while de-emphasizing the low end. Low end boosting is an inexpensive way for manufacturers to make a cheap set of cans "sound" expensive, and while it can make movies and some music sound great it's not amazing for gaming.

Here we go with a 100 budget. I'm going to give you a buying list for a standalone set of headphones paired with a separate mic setup:

u/CuddlyCory · 1 pointr/HuntShowdown

So I was in a real tight budget a couple years ago and I bought these in a whim and I was extremely impressed with them.

The surround sound was really impressive and I was able to hear everything just fine.

u/kerplow · 1 pointr/HuntShowdown

Thank you very much for the info! I've only had intel CPUs myself, and I know very little about which AMD ones are good/bad, new/old. Is this the one you have? Also, do AMD motherboards have different sockets like Intel ones do, or will any AMD fit into an AMD board?

I guess we both just thought there was some other contributing issue because the game seemed to perform fine for a bit before just freezing on one frame, over and over

u/John_lennon3rd · 0 pointsr/HuntShowdown

No problem just buy a xbox one:

to support microsoft and then preorder the xbox version of Hunt afterwards, when it comes out, to support crytek.

By the way, have you already heard of Rise:Sons of Rome :

also a great crytek game which was slightly misunderstood by the public at its release, because it was so far ahead of its time.

Do you know that you can now also buy Hunt Showdown together with Rise: Sons of Rom in a steam bundle, to support crytek even more:

u/Materno89 · 3 pointsr/HuntShowdown

They said PS4 Release is still planned for fall this year. That will probably be the latest release option because they won't launch Xbox after PS4. Because of the early access option that Xbox allows, they have a chance to test how the full version runs and plays on console. So probably they will release it before PS4. Fall is starting on 22. September, Winter is starting on 1. December. So PS4 Release is somewhere between. So I would imagine that they are planning a release September or October so they have still a bit time for tweaking of the console version so it perfectly fits the PS4 release.
Also is currently listing the 13. September as Xbox release. That feels a bit early to me but would fit into that time window. (

But thats just speculation :D

u/DerangedOctopus · 1 pointr/HuntShowdown

Oh I should clarify, it isn't a rule. The spam filter just automatically catches marketplace links, because there are lots of bots that literally do nothing but spam links.

If you want to bypass the filter, usually just obfuscate the link slightly (e.g. amazon dot com /Superlux-HD668B-Dynamic-Semi-Open-Headphones/dp/B003JOETX8/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=superlux&qid=1568577791&sr=8-1).

u/ThisdudeisEH · 1 pointr/HuntShowdown

CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB Wireless Gaming Headset - Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones for PC - Discord Certified - 50mm Drivers - Carbon

I got these on sale for like $50. They work really well.

u/sickre · -6 pointsr/HuntShowdown

I disagree, we shouldn't be held back by people without SSDs. I think they really should be an essential purchase now for gaming rigs. Compared to RAM and GPUs, they are actually pretty cheap, and they won't go obsolete unlike your CPU and GPU.

You can get a good 500GB SSD for $135 in the US. Really no excuse not to have one.