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|Inside Eden's Gate|
Rumors of a fanatical cult called The Project at Eden’s Gate lure three vloggers to remote Hope County, Montana. Following leads of missing locals and other strange events, the three infiltrate the cult. Shocked by what they uncover, they risk everything to warn the world. Check out the new promotional live action prequel to Far Cry 5. Watch now
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- Fan the flames of resistance and fight to free Hope County from the grip of a deadly cult in the newest installment of the Far Cry series.
- Beware of the wrath of Joseph Seed and his cult followers as you support the resistance in small-town America.
- Explore Hope County and discover the Montana countryside, wildlife, and its inhabitants in an exciting open world.
- Play your way. Build your character, make your own allies, and watch the world change as you progress.
- Upgrade to the Gold Edition and get immediate access to all Deluxe add-on content, plus the season pass.
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Upgrade to the Gold Edition
Upgrade to Gold Edition and get immediate access to all Deluxe content plus a Season Pass subscription which features 3 DLCs (Hours of Darkness, Lost on Mars, and Dead Living Zombies) plus Far Cry 3 Classic Edition.
Far Cry 5 Standard Edition
Far Cry comes to America in the latest installment of the award-winning franchise. Welcome to Hope County, Montana. This idyllic place is home to a community of freedom-loving people–and a fanatical doomsday cult known as The Project at Eden’s Gate. You are the hero of the story in a thrilling world that hits back with every punch and where the places you discover and the locals you ally with will shape your story in ways you’ll never see coming.
Far Cry Comes to America
Freely explore the idyllic rivers, lands, and skies of Hope County, Montana.
Largest Enemy Ever
Spark the fires of resistance against The Project at Eden’s Gate, led by the charismatic prophet Joseph Seed.
Face the enemy with memorable townsfolk and specialized animals to support any play style.
Tear up the countryside with iconic vehicles and weapons.
Play Your Way
For the first time in Far Cry, customize your character and have the freedom to go in any direction.
Play solo or play with a friend across the full campaign in co-op mode.
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Welcome to Hope County, Montana, land of the free and the brave, but also home to a fanatical doomsday cult known as Eden's Gate. Stand up to the cult's leader, Joseph Seed, his siblings, the Heralds, and spark the fires of resistance that will liberate your besieged community. From the savage mountain forest to the hamlet of Fall's End, freely explore Montana's rivers, lands, and skies in true Far Cry style, with more customizable weapons and vehicles than ever before. Carve your own path through a world that reacts to your decisions. Find your own way to survive, thrive, and beat back the forces of oppression. The stakes have never been higher.
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1. No radio towers to climb to in order to de-cloud the map and see the added side missions, locations etc..
Instead, as you explore the terrain, the previously grayed-out map becomes colored. I find this to be more realistic.
2. You don't hunt animals to make pelts so you can carry more guns and ammunition.
Instead, you hunt animals, and sell them (for good money) so you can buy more guns (ammunition and other items...) if/when they become
unlocked. This can be a great time-saver and allows you to focus on the games' objectives.
3. In FC3 and FC4 only liberated outposts were available for fast travel. In this installment, pretty much all discovered and liberated locations are
available for fast travel.
4. If you've played FC4 as many times as I have, you know how invaluable your small chopper is; unfortunately though, the chopper is available
in 2-3 locations. If fast travel is not available to you and you don't have a chopper then you have to drive or walk (or run) to your desired target.
Well, in FC5, you have vehicle/helicopter shops available in fast-travel spots. Again, another great time-saver.
5. The terrain is divided into 3 different regions with each being under control by a different cultist. Unlike FC3 and FC4, none of these regions are
locked. You can explore all the three landscapes at any time throughout the game.
The gameplay, graphics and AI are just top notch. If you are a Far Cry fan and you are not disappointed by change (good change) then give this game a try. You will like it...
*** Update 1 ***
I just finished Faith Seed's (13,000 Resistance Points, RPs) and Jacob Seed's (10,000 Resistance Points) regions; once you reach those RPs, your final battle for that region starts. Fighting Faith was kinda tough (at normal difficulty) but they were both fun. On to John Seed's region...
Enemy A.I. in this game is fairly questionable. These was one point where I witnessed enemies rush to my location from a distance, only to be dumbfounded by my presence less than a few meters away. For the most part A.I. seems smart and engaging, but it is predictable, and it can be controlled to your benefit in the right setting & circumstances.
I'm happy with the minimization of the U.I. this time around, and it's reminiscent of how The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim does their marker system. Objectives are clear from the in-game map as well, and routes can be plotted to keep track of them. I also like the skill point system that's in place to improve character stats, and the lack of having to skin animals (and grind for materials) is a plus this time around.
If you enjoy open-world gaming, and the story setting looks interesting to you, I recommend giving Far Cry 5 a try. I'm enjoying the game, and I feel it's an improvement over the previous franchise titles I've played of the title. I feel that this game is contender for 'Game of the Year' at this point.
At times, I felt chilled at how relevant story elements were. Sure, Far Cry 5 isn't going to win any Nobel Peace or Pulitzers, but it's absolutely eerily familiar—especially since I grew up in a rural county reminiscent of Hope's borders. My homeplace even had the ominous high barbwired fence that blocked out curious residents from a cult compound. True story.
Far Cry 5 does have its share of 'Elder Scrolls-esque' glitches and mission frustrations. Still, it's nothing that will deter most gamers from chugging through.
Game of the Year? No. Runner-up? Absolutely.
Why did I not give it 5 stars?
They didn't stray far from the Far Cry template. I'd prefer to see more evolution between games, not just a set change. The underlying code probably wasn't significantly altered, so it's hard to justify the price tag.
Also, the people in the game seemed to be either cultists or Doomsday prepers. More diversity of perspective would have been appreciated.
Lots of replayability with the multiplayer, though there are some bugs still being worked out since it's so early in the release. I look forward to more from this, and eventually the DLC which looks diverse, interesting, and entertaining.
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