Deer Hunter 2014 is one of the wildest hunting games out there. The name of the game is misleading as you can hunt a LOT more than just deer – including even endangered animals, which has brought some controversy to the game. Experience levels are important because they allow you to unlock new weapons and other goods. Energy is important because you need it in order to play! Club hunt permits allow you to go on MMO-style hunts with your friends and total strangers (similar to the previous games’ stampede levels). Read on to find out how to get more of all three!
Getting experience points is a function of playing the game. If you win, you will get a decent amount of experience points. If you lose, you will still get some experience points, but it’s far tougher to level up when you lose all the time, so try to win every time that you hunt.
To make it easier on yourself, play the easiest hunts available to you at the moment. Max out on the upgrades, and always have the right guns for the type of hunt that you are doing. Make use of your infrared when you really need to hit a heart shot.
There are three ways to get more energy. One of them is to spend some gold on an energy refill. You’ll get a full refill if you gain an experience level. Finally, the only other way to get more energy is to wait for it to refill when you run out. One energy point takes ten minutes to refill. Play the easiest hunts that you can for the experience points gains, as suggested above, in order to speed up the next level up.
There is only one known way to get more Club Hunt Permits, unfortunately. You have to buy them through the store in the game. Luckily, though, they are cheap – twenty of the Club Hunt Permits only cost 99 cents and lead to a surprisingly long gameplay session.