[Fixed] Hunt Showdown Multiplayer Not Working on PC, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Crytek offers an amazing first-person shooter video game titled “Hunt: Showdown” and it came out in 2019. Although the game is great, many players are having issues when trying to get into the multiplayer mode where they can get hunter partners for hunting down monsters. The players have been getting the Multiplayer Not Working issue on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PS4/PS5 devices. In this guide, you’ll get to know the different ways you can fix this issue.

Method 1: Check the game’s server status

It’s recommended that you should always cross-check the game’s server status before coming to any other conclusion. There’s a major possibility that the game servers might be going through a maintenance process or downtime. If there’s no server downtime or maintenance break, it means there’s an issue and you should use one of the fixes mentioned below.

Method 2: Update hunt showdown

  • Open the Steam client and head over to Library
  • Right-click o Hunt Showdown from the list and then click on Manage
  • Select Properties and then click on the Updates tab before clicking on Automatic Updates
  • Once it is enabled, whether there’s a new update available, the Steam client will do the work for you

Method 3: Check your internet connection

You should check the internet connection at your end whether you’re using Ethernet or a Wi-Fi connection. If you’re having a poor or unstable internet connection, contact your service provider to increase the data speed or change your IP address to fix the networking connectivity issue. Try to switch to the wired connection from a wireless one or vice-versa.

Hunt Showdown Multiplayer Not Working on PC, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Method 4: Repair game files

  • Launch steam and then click on Library
  • Right-click on Hunt Showdown from the installed games list
  • Click on Properties and head over to Local Files
  • Click on Verify Integrity of Game Files
  • You’ll need to wait for the entire process to get over
  • Restart your computer

Method 5: Update all device drivers

  • Right-click on the Start Menu for opening up the Quick Access Menu
  • Then, click on Device Manager from the list
  • After that, double-click on the respective device driver category for expanding the list
  • Right-click on the device and choose Update driver
  • Select Search automatically for drivers
  • If there’s an update available, it’ll automatically get downloaded and installed
  • Reboot your computer to apply the changes
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