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The Blackbuck is a class 3 antelope. It can be hunted in the Parque Fernando. It is one of five antelope species besides the gemsbok, blue wildebeest, lesser kudu and springbok.


The blackbuck is an antelope native to and found mainly in India, but which in recent years has enjoyed great success throughout the United States and Argentina. Their long, spiraling horns, white-ringed eyes, and stout physique make them easily recognizable and a popular symbol of Indian culture. The blackbuck is active mainly during the day but will take regularly take extended breaks in the hottest hours of the day. Due to their regular need of water, blackbucks are fairly sedentary and prefer to stay in areas where water is found year round, but during drought and dry seasons, blackbucks may expand their home range in search of water and forage. The size of blackbuck herds varies throughout the year and is directly tied to the availability of food.


Behaviour Mainly sedentary, but may move longer distances in search of water and forage; extremely fast
Habitat Prefer forests and grasslands where water is perennially available
Senses Excellent vision, good sense of smell, but otherwise poor hearing
Social Mixed herds and bachelor herds, group size fluctuate based on the availability of food
Active Active throughout the day, typically take long breaks during the hottest hours of the day


Weapon Class 3, Antler Rattler
Species Antilope cervicapra
Difficulty Average

Need Zone Times[]

Times Activity
00:00 - 06:30 Resting
06:00 - 09:30 Feeding
09:00 - 12:30 Drinking
12:00 - 14:30 Resting
14:00 - 17:30 Feeding
17:00 - 19:30 Drinking
19:00 - 00:30 Resting


  • Deers in Parque Fernando now react appropriately to a puma’s presence. (Patch 1.29) [February 5, 2019]
  • With the 1.66 patch (2021-03-30 on PC and Consoles) TruRACS support was added.


There are 13 ammunition that gives full integrity on the Blackbuck.

  • 4 Rifle Ammo
  • 2 Shotgun ammo
  • 3 Handgun ammo
  • 4 Archery ammo 

Fur Variants[]

The fur variants Black, Brown and Dark are relatively common, unlike the uncommon Leucistic variant or the rare Melanistic variant.