Today, Ubisoft released a new trailer for Far Cry 5 which not only gives us a better look at the chaotic gameplay, but also details some of the villains. There are plenty of opportunities for a guns-blazing approach and stealth gameplay. Traversing the land is easy because you can commander aircraft and also zip across trees. However, the highlight of the game appears to be its crazed antagonist.
Far Cry 5 is set in America, which is a first for the franchise. The game offers players complete freedom to navigate a serene but deeply twisted world as the new junior deputy of Hope County, Montana. The new junior deputy finds that their arrival accelerates a silent coup by a fanatical cult. The Project at Eden's Gate wants a violent takeover. With the outside world cutting ties to the region, it's up to you to join forces with normal individuals, form a resistance, and take back the land.
Far Cry 5 launches on March 27, 2018 on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The game was recently delayed by a month. From what it seems, the title continues the series' trend of having insane plots, characters, and thrilling first-person action. Hopefully Far Cry 5 will live up to expectations upon release.
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