Sir, You Are Being Hunted is an open world survival horror stealth video game developed by Big Robot for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux. An alpha version of the game was made available on 19 August 2013. After years of no updates, in September 2021 the game was updated to version 1.5 by the external Dutch game development studio Den of Thieves Games.
In Sir, You Are Being Hunted, players have to survive from ‘Hunters’ (robots dressed as Victorian gentlemen) who are trying to track down and kill them, whilst attempting to escape from an island. Players are required to scavenge towns and villages for items such as food and weapons to help them survive whilst collecting parts of an exploded machine in order to escape the island. If the robots find a part, they set up sentries around it to defend it from the player.
The game is set in a procedurally generated British countryside, which means that each playthrough is unique. The Hunters are also procedurally generated, which means that they will have different strengths and weaknesses. This makes the game challenging and unpredictable, as players never know what to expect.
Sir, You Are Being Hunted is a unique and challenging stealth game that is sure to please fans of the genre. It is a game that rewards careful planning and execution, and it is sure to keep players on their toes.
Here are some of the key features of Sir, You Are Being Hunted:
- Procedurally generated British countryside: Each playthrough is unique.
- Varied and challenging Hunters: The Hunters are procedurally generated, so they will have different strengths and weaknesses.
- Stealth-based gameplay: Players must use stealth to avoid the Hunters and complete their objectives.
- Survival mechanics: Players must scavenge for food and water, and manage their health and stamina.
- Humorous tone: The game has a darkly humorous tone, which helps to offset the tension of the gameplay.
If you are looking for a challenging and unique stealth game with a darkly humorous tone, then Sir, You Are Being Hunted is definitely worth checking out.