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Far Cry 5
Developed and published in 2018 by Ubisoft, Far Cry 5 takes the franchise to Hope County, a fictional region set in Montana, USA, where a doomsday cult has taken control of the area.
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Far Cry 5 developer just revealed the game's PC specs and system requirements
With Far Cry 5's release date approaching, Ubisoft shared the game's minimum and recommended requirements. The announcement also came with news about additional features. Far Cry 5 will launch in March.
Top 5 video game disappointments in 2018
AltChar has consulted the stars, looked at the tea leaves and huffed a load of pain. Based on our visions of the future, we are sure these are going to be the 5 disappointments in video games for 2018.
Far Cry 5 co-op mode will have loot for all and story progress for the host
Far Cry 5's online co-op mode will be available immediately after the in-game tutorial. Each player will see and collect their own loot. Far Cry 5 will be available on 27 February, 2018 on PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and PC.
Far Cry 5 to be scored by Dan Romer
Far Cry 5 will feature some original music by Dan Romer. Mr Romer used many Americana instruments to convey the feel of the fictional Hope County, Montana. The soundtrack will be available colse to the game's release.
Far Cry 5 playable at this year's EGX
Ubisoft will bring Assassin's Creed Origins, Far Cry 5, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and South Park: The Fractured but Whole to this year's EGX. The event will kick off on 21 September at The NEC, Birmingham.
An old feature is making a comeback in the latest Far Cry title
Far Cry 5 will see the return of the map editor, a feature that was absent in the previous Far Cry title. A local co-op mode has been traded in for its online version in the latest game.
Why Far Cry 5 may be UbiSoft's biggest mistake yet
As with all art, there is a right time and place for exploring certain topics with video games. UbiSoft's choice of setting and theme for the new Far Cry game clearly shows that the company is either oblivious to the current political climate or is just willfully ignoring it.