Anyone who has visited Yellowstone and played WolfQuest has one question: Where are the bison? We did not include bison in the original game, back in 2007, because historically bison have not been very numerous in Yellowstone, and represented a small portion of a wolf’s diet. That has changed in recent decades, though. While elk still outnumber bison in Yellowstone, bison are extremely visible to visitors since they like to graze in the broad Lamar and Hayden valleys, where they are easily seen (and often hard to avoid). And since wolves were reintroduced to the park in the 1990s, they have been learning how to hunt bison. Wolves still prefer elk, which are much easier to kill, but bison now make up about 13% of a wolf’s diet, on average.

We’ve been planning to add bison to the game for quite a long time. (In fact, we had hoped to do it in 2010, but we asked players to vote on several new features and bison lost out.) The large herds consisting of a hundred or more bison pose significant game-performance issues currently, and while we hope to overcome those someday, we don’t want to wait that long to add this important species to the game. So we are adding small groups of elderly bull bison, who typically congregate together after they’ve grown too old to be active members of the big herds. They’re huge and cranky and extremely dangerous — more dangerous than any other animal in the game! It’ll be best to admire them from a distance…but players can use their own judgment.

We’ve been setting up bison in the game with the beautiful animal model and animations created by our partner GIM. There’s still some work still to do so it’ll be a few weeks before they are ready to release, but we thought you might like this sneak peak.

Bison are the largest land-dwelling mammal in North America. Learn more!

We have released the first episode of WolfQuest 3: Anniversary Edition (Amethyst Mountain) for PC/Mac on Steam and, as Early Access. While in Early Access, we are updating the game frequently with more features, multiplayer, and ultimately the Slough Creek episode with pups. The mobile version will come after the game is completed on PC/Mac platforms. We’ll then resume development of the next episode, Tower Fall (DLC).


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  1. This is super cool!!! You guys are such an inspiration to gamers and game makers alike! I'm so happy you added them! This game is going to be incredible

  2. I’m really late on this video 🥺 but anyways I love the game but I play on mobile and I just got a new phone and on my other phone I had bought both packs for the game and I wanna know how I can get that to my new phone cause it’s saying I have to buy it again I went from Samsung galaxy j3 Luna pro to a iPhone 6s+

  3. You should make different color pray. This way, not every elk and every deer and rabbit and bear look the exact same

  4. Hey i know im late, but can you please answer all my questions?

    1.) I heard there will be a chance your pups can get sick and die. Is that true?
    2.) What RAM size would you recommend? Currently I have 4 GB RAM and I can get up to fast on the lowest settings on everything, except i leave grass on the first level. So what RAM would be best to get to the higher settings?
    3.) How many pups will you be able to have?
    4.) How many new dens are there?

  5. Will the stat system be worked on before SC? Not that it's super important, I just see the "new stat system coming soon!" Every time I make a new wolf and it makes me wonder. Bison model is beautiful!!

  6. The only bad thing about this game, and I mean the "Only" bad thing is that I bought Wolf Quest for my daughter and then I started getting into it and bought the Anniversary Edition and I don't have a good enough computer to play it on the lowest graphics allowed in the game. Well, I can play it but I we can't see ourselves in the game.


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