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- Stone Age By Far Cry: Enter an open world sandbox filled with the unpredictable chaos and peril that the Award-winning Far Cry franchise is known for.
- Rise Above Extinction: Defeat the deadly tribes of Oros with all new weapons and tools in the original fight for humanity’s survival.
- Control Epic Beasts: Tame every predator and choose how you use their specific skills to slay your foes.
- Discover the Deadly World of Oros: Fight to survive amid lush redwood forests, harsh taiga, frozen tundra, and murky swamps.
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Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when woolly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity is struggling to climb the food chain. As the last survivor of your hunting group, you will have to conquer the land of Oros and outsmart enemy tribes to become the apex predator.
Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity is at the bottom of the food chain. Learn to craft a deadly arsenal, fend off fierce predators, and outsmart enemy tribes to conquer the land of Oros and become the Apex Predator. The award-winning Far Cry franchise that stormed the tropics and the Himalayas now enters the original fight for humanity’s survival with its innovative open-world sandbox gameplay, bringing together massive beasts, breathtaking environments, and unpredictable savage encounters.
Top Customer Reviews
The gameplay is very responsive and the performance is near perfect at a locked 30 frames. The game feels good to play and the audio quality is spot on; everything from a a mammoths cry in the distance to the shattering of your club as you ram it into someones skull.
The biggest problem I have with the game is regarding the environmental variety. I know the game takes place in 10000BC, but it would be nice to see more than a couple of rock formations and huts made of sticks each time I discover a new location. Maybe Ubisoft got the time period a little too right if you know what I mean. The map feels very empty. The most fun I had usually came from lighting bonfires and exploring caves. The gameplay is what holds Primal together. There's tons of topography and wildlife to appreciate, but without interesting environments and meaningful tasks to complete, the game gets repetitive quite fast. Story-wise, I would consider Primal to be one of the weaker Far Cry games, but if you're looking for a setting that's different from the norm and happen to have a knack for taming beasts and using them to liberate encampments, then you're sure to love this game.
Ok I'm off my troll rant. The game is amazing, the graphics are beautiful, and the gameplay is just plain fun. It's pretty much what you would expect from far cry series with primitive twist. You have to hunt and craft to survive. Also arrows run out quickly and spears and clubs break, so hunting and searching for supplies is a must. I was honestly hesitant to pre-order this game bc I wasnt sure if I would like using primitive weapons. But a couple hours in and I don't miss modern weapons at all. It's really satisfying getting headshots with arrows or brutally killing an enemy with a club. I also like the story line and characters so far as well. The only thing I'm not too fond of is this made up language and reading subtitles the whole game. I know they weren't speaking English in 10,000 bc but in all games we forsake reality for common language. I'm pretty sure they weren't speaking this jibberish either. But that being the only con I def recommend this game!
Ok now that I have almost finished the game let me add one more con. I was disappointed of the lack of choices in this game. What made me love FC 3&4 was the choice branches and how those choices effected the ending of the game. In primal there is no choice branches. And I'm pretty sure there's only one ending.
Unlike most of the Farcry series there wasn't an overt political tone, no drug trade or nefarious CIA agents to get past, however I realized in the end that there was a message about government. When I had taken down the last enemy chieftain, he handed me his baby before dying and said he hoped I lived many years and did not catch his sickness. I looked around the world map and thought back on all the rival tribes I had killed, mostly in retaliation because my tribe, the Wenja, were killed for hunting on their land. The "enemies" also engaged in customs they didn't like and were portrayed as brutal in some way. It dawned on me that I had his sickness. Just because the Wenja acted all innocent and sweet did not give them the right to force their way of life on others and wipe them out. I had been their own personal CIA. I was just replaying the John Wayne archetype, save the holy innocent from the intractable bad guy. Near the end, the people my beast killed were not even soldiers anymore, just unarmed villagers. I had prided myself on seeing the Wenja symbol appear on other other people's land...never thinking how much the bird looked like an American Eagle.
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Worst experience ever. Game has a great potential with open environment and side mission, all be it, repetitive.Read more