The Hunter-Class Corvette is one of the most advanced subs in production. With a sleek outer hull that is shaped much like a triangle, it easily slices through water at high speeds. Carrying powerful lasers and dual torpedo launchers, this sub is dangerous to any carrier or patrol boat out at sea alone. When submerged the Hunter can reach speeds up to 90 km/h, the highest recorded speed for any submersible. Also sporting great hull strength, the Hunter can take quite a beating.
With all its speed and fire-power, the Hunter Corvette does have its flaws. Designers wanted to have a faster, but powerful submersible. For this desire, they built the Hunter-Class Corvette's sensor dish inside the hull to keep the outer hull from extruding anything that would slow it down. This caused it to have very low sensor range. Another flaw would be from the speed which it traveled, which the ship could not keep up with in turns. This meant the Hunter had to drop to very low speeds to do any sharp turns, which gave other vessels a chance to catch up and fire. When this submersible is teamed up with another vessel with greater sensors, the Hunter-class Corvette can be a deadly adversary and ally.