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Reserve inspired by: Tropical forest of Australia [1]
Season: Summer
When stalking the tropical woodlands of Piccabeen Bay. it is recommended you bring out the big guns. This reserve features the biggest animal to date, the mighty Water Buffalo! It can often be found wandering around swamps or rivers and will attack you should you come close. The Banteng is a lot more docile than their Buffalo cousins. The Rusa and Sambar are biologically allied but can be differentiated by their size. Both animals sport a fine rack of antlers that will be sure to look great in your trophy lodges. Last but not least the Feral Hog finds yet another home in Piccabeen Bay.

Huntable Species

Warm Weather

The player can experience a dizziness effect in these warm weather environments.

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Bushrangers Run Piccabeen Bay

After some time spent in these reserves, the view will start bluring.

Factors increasing dizziness

  • Walking
  • Running
  • Cold weather clothes such as Arctic Winter camo clothes

Factors decreasing dizziness

  • Not moving (e.g. waiting in a stand)
  • Rain


Piccabeen Bay has a tunnel that can be used as a free fast travel. Stand in front of the tunnel and use the "Use" key (default: E).

  • Using the tunnel does not require camping supplies.
  • Arriving at the other end does not spook nearby animals.
  • There is no cool down time after fast traveling.

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Promotion Video


Pre-Release Video

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Community Videos

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Animal Map

This is a community made map and is based on players' experience in the game. It is a simple attempt to display where animals spawn in this reserve, and NOT where you might find them during a hunting session. The map shows where you can expect to find the animals in maybe 80% of your hunts right after you start the game. The animals can also appear in other places, but they will with less frequency.

The animals are shown on the map in clusters. This approach does not do the game perfect justice, but the map becomes easy to understand. Imagine a circle around each animal icon and you will get an idea about their predominant spawning locations.