Far Cry 5 - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition, reviews, comments

Far Cry 5 - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition

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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Great game! It plays enough like the other Far Cry games that I was able to figure out how to play fairly quickly, but it's different enough that it feels like a new game. Load times are acceptable for the most part, and I've only encountered a few minor bugs so far, nothing game breaking.

It's a LOT of fun to play. I don't know if it will take as long to play as some of the other Far Cry games, but I've only gotten through one region so far.

I like that so far, I do not have to skin animals just to upgrade my gear. It seems that the animal skins are just something to collect for money, or challenges. I really don't like killing animals in games.. I don't know why, I have no problem killing human characters in games, but I still have issues with animals. I really don't like that there are ever any dog enemies in any game ever.. NO ONE wants to kill dogs in games, do they?? But, the fact that we can have companions in most situations makes this a little more bearable, because I can just direct my companion to take care of the attacking dog while I run away. I still have to hear them cry sometimes when they're defeated, and that is heartbreaking, but I'm still managing to enjoy the game in spite of that. There is a perk that makes wild animal attacks less likely, but I really wish game developers would stop putting in enemy-dogs that have to be killed.

Aside from the animal issue (which is kind of insane since I know it's not real and I don't know why it bothers me!), my other annoyance is that when someone decides to talk to me through the radio, I can no longer talk to anyone else about anything until they are done. So I have to just stand there and wait until whoever it is stops talking so that I can talk to another NPC (some NPCs have tips that lead to new locations or missions). A few times I somehow triggered the exact same "conversation" through the radio over and over again, and I couldn't figure out any way to skip it.

Also, there have been a few instances where story related missions just start without warning, and then they end in completely different locations than they started. So if you're almost at a particular location, you have to start all over again to get there. At least fast travel works from anywhere, and doesn't take an excessive amount of time to load.

I have not enjoyed driving in any Far Cry game so far, including this one. I find driving to be really difficult in first-person games. There is AutoDrive, but that has its own set of issues (and only works on actual roads). There was one mission that involved chasing a helicopter by car, and I just kept failing that one over and over and over again because I'd get stuck behind a tree or on a rock.. I almost gave up on that one. Finally succeeded, but I think it was just luck.

Flying is not as difficult as driving, thankfully -- I have even successfully landed a few times, although once I got the parachute I stopped worrying about landing. I just fly to wherever I want to be, and then jump out and let the plane crash. Fun!

Last, though this has nothing to do with the game itself, but I'm annoyed with Amazon for sending me a game with the case all in Spanish (with just a little sticker indicating that the game plays in English). This has no effect on my review of the game, but I specifically bought directly from Amazon instead of a 3rd party seller because I'd noticed that other sellers sometimes indicated that the case was not in English. I was worried about it affecting resale value (the only way I can afford to play new games is if I sell them back as soon as I'm done). So I spent more (and had to pay tax) to make sure the seller was Amazon, and then I received the game in another language anyway. Sigh. But again, that's not about the game -- I am enjoying the game a lot anyway!

This is a great addition to the Far Cry series. I've playing it for about a week now and I like the new format. It's different in several ways than FC3 and FC4:

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 in 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...

Ubisoft finally realized what to they needed to keep samey and what needed to be trimmed away with the series, and compiled all of it into what is called Far Cry 5. No more needless, boring grinding(you no longer need to spend 3 hours skinning rhinos to be able to carry more money)and no more stupid Assassins Creed style progression. Instead, they’ve focused entirely on the gameplay - you progress by doing ACTUAL side quests, some of which are incredibly fun, some of which are incredibly dull, similar to the elder scrolls series. You unlock markers and things to do as you discover them, not climbing a stupid tower and then having to pick something random. The Arcade also adds a TON of potential for free user created content I’m sure modders will have a field day with.

All in all, everything in this game has been improved from previous entries. My ONLY gripes:

once again, the PVP multiplayer is pretty lackluster, almost wonder why they even bother to include it.

The world and game as a whole feel significantly smaller - however, everything you do is more meaningful and overall fun because of how they’ve tightened the gameplay. Less activities, but they’re more impactful as a result.

The world itself isn’t as fun to explore because it’s all based in a Midwest rural town in America. So it’ll all feel familiar, like you’ve been there before. As opposed to the settings of the last 2 games which were very foreign and unique. This is personal preference though.

You need to give this game a try. Any fan of open world games will love it. Very great game. Not perfect; but well worth the price, and it has some promising looking DLC.

This game is fun, loads of hours of game play.
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.

Another awesome installment to the series! If you've enjoyed playing previous versions, you'll love this one. The AI is a little wonky at times, but aside from that the game play is just as fun as always, with very detailed graphics.

Great game. Missing a few things like knives and crossbows (come on, Montana definitely has those) and dynamic weather would be nice, but the story is great and the graphics are good, and as per always the gameplay is solid. This game is fun, and that's all it needs to be.

It's a blast, but pretty easy. It's nice having the whole map available from the get go. The AI is pretty dumb, you can sneak behind one of the main 4 bosses and one shot em with a head shot. The clutch nixon challenges stories were the funniest thing in the game. I wish fishing in real life wa was easy as this game.

I think that this game is one of the best games from the Far Cry series but can't get around the situation with the enemies feel very repetitive and it feels like they spawn too much it feels like I have no breathing room but everything aside I really enjoyed the story and the mentality of the characters overall it's a great game is it worth $60 in my opinion Yes.

Not really understanding all the 1 star reviews. I'm about 10 hours in and cant get enough of this game. Love all the changes they've made since the last Far Cry (wasn't a fan of crafting and climbing towers). The combat never gets old and the setting is beautiful. You will see some small bugs and glitches but nothing that really takes away from the game. Trust me you wont be able to stop playing once you start.

Well like any Ubisoft open world game it’s the same scenario of capturing outposts and finding misc treasure. Story progression is tied to resistance points/xp per each region which is boosted by side missions, liberating outposts, etc. They practically give away rp and you can beat each region without playing the story missions almost.

You can buy all the best gear from the beginning of the game, including helicopters. Once I had a gunship I could just shoot up every outpost with its machine guns instead of using stealth. So the helicopters break the game essentially and take off about 12 hrs of gameplay.

Co op is fun the only drawback is your friend won’t get rp. It doesn’t matter though because you get money still so you can buy guns or whatever. Overall typical open world game but with a Southern feel which I like. It is worth a play especially with a friend

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