Medieval Dynasty is currently 20% off on Steam and is in early access.
As the game is early access there's a load more to be fixed or improved upon.
Bows have recently been updated and so I've been having a lot more fun hunting.
A village needs food, maybe meat? Wolves are a great source!
Here's where to find wolves in Medieval Dynasty and how to hunt them!
Medieval Dynasty Wolves
It can be difficult to find specific animals in Medieval Dynasty if you have no idea where to look.
I spent way too much time wandering cluelessly when I first started the game and I want to prevent the same happening to you!
Wolves are fairly uncommon in comparison to others such as deer.
Watch out if you hear howling, chances are you've got a wolf chasing after you.
So, where can you find wolves and how do you take them down?
Wolves are dotted all over the map, usually, they're more rural places.
A lot of the time wolves will be nearby other animals like deer, rabbits, etc.
We've marked the best wolf location areas on the interactive Mapgenie map just below:
Wolf Hunting Strategy
Wolves are relatively easy to take down but like the bears, you have to keep a distance.
If they land too many bites you'll die.
The easiest way to take one down is just one spear to the head.
Otherwise, it will take a few spears across the body.
Since the Bow update, these are now also a viable option.
The longbow or recurve bow with iron arrows are the best for taking down wolves.
Keep an eye out as they are usually in packs, so check your surrounding before skinning!
There's so much to do in Medieval Dynasty a large focus is making as much money as possible! If you're just starting out you might be wondering where to find Straw and Iron. It's a good idea to get your farm set up too, you'll need manure to plant crops and Flaxseed is a great crop to grow. There's also plenty of animals to hunt to create items, some of the most rewarding creatures being Bears and Wolves! Recruiting villagers later in the game is vital, getting a wife too and you'll need to upgrade their homes using Daub. Hopefully, Medieval Dynasty will make its way to console players too, there's plenty that could be added to the title's roadmap, maybe we'll see multiplayer in the future!