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Get even more insanity by upgrading your game to the Deluxe Edition with the Far Cry 3 Deluxe Bundle. Includes six single-player missions, four rare animals to hunt, a bow and flare gun for multiplayer, and all other previously released retail bonuses in The Monkey Business Pack, The Lost Expeditions, The Warrior Pack, and The Predator Pack. Also included in this bundle: the game’s soundtrack and the Survival Guide artbook (both delivered in digital format).
Requires the base game Far Cry 3 to activate.
|OS:||Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7|
|Processor:||Intel Core2 Duo E6700 @ 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon64 X2 6000+ @ 3.0Ghz or better|
|Hard Drive:||15 GB|
|Video Card:||NV8600 512 Mb RAM, or AMD equivalent|
|Additional Info:||AMD Radeon HD 2900 / 3000 / 4000 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 series, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX / 9 / 200 / 400 / 500 / 600 series. Laptop versions of these cards may work, but are not supported. UPlay account required|
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You can and should get the Predator from the store in Amanaki Village before setting off on the "plants and animals" mission Dennis gives you after you liberate the first radio tower. I love that you can use it to bag some deer or tapir skins, essential to early crafting items, on your way to the mission site. If you plan on replaying FC3 after your initial run-through, the Predator will put a smile on your face every time.
The rest of the Deluxe content is also worthwhile. If you're a fan of Far Cry 2, the "Monkey Business" quests will have you peeing your pants laughing. The inside jokes it delivers in thinly veiled jabs at the previous game are good-natured and hilarious. The missions are satisfying, too: your assault on a temple ruin is one of the best enemy encounters in the game, and the only one truly reminiscent of FC2's epic main plot battles. The "Lost Expedition" missions are also nice, one a fun romp through an underground complex that can yield a ton of money, and the other a chaotic rush through a rocket silo that provides some real challenge.
If you enjoy FC3 and have $10 to spare, I wouldn't hesitate to grab the Deluxe Bundle. It's worth at least twice the price.
Uplay isn't advanced enough to know its own DLC codes and after a few attempts, your account gets locked for 10 minutes.
Ubisoft support had no solution and my support ticket immediately said Solved without giving me an answer.
Luckily someone already posted a review here with the one and only way to get it to work;
Start the game, go to Options, enter key under Extra Content
So thanks to that individual and shame on Amazon and Ubisoft.
Three additional "wandering around underground" levels and one mission that I assume was cut from the original release because it sucked.
You start out with a sniper rifle that isn't very good and a knife that doesn't do any additional damage, I fail to see the reason for these additions.
The other half of the DLC "Pack" are a bunch of animals that you can't use for crafting. Now the second I set foot into the woods I get jumped by a cheetah, a bear, a white tiger, and a regular tiger because why not.
This purchase consists of two unnecessary weapons, wandering around underground, a d-list story, and a bunch more useless animals that fall out of the sky (literally,these animals are glitchy as hell).
Not worth it, just reset the outposts (again).
My system wouldn't accept the code, then after going back and forth with Ubisoft support for a couple weeks, it miraculously accepted it all of a sudden. They claimed they didn't do anything to cause it to work. Strange...
For the price it's worth it, I only paid five dollars on sale so I'm happy with it.
Still don't like Uplay, but the FarCry series is decent so I deal with it, it's here, it's not going away anytime soon it seems, so we're stuck with it.
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