FAR CRY 5 GAME REVIEWS
If you are familiar with the idea on which the Far Cry game reviews series is based. The single person acting as a one-man army, fighting large militant forces in uncertain environments. It will definitely know what Far Cry 5 feels like. The taking down of these hostile forces is just as amazing. As it was in the previous titles and Far Cry 5 is thus another great piece. That has been delivered by Ubisoft this year.
This time we play as a sheriff’s deputy who is a part of a task force sent to the fictional Hope County. Montana to arrest the religious cult leader Joseph Seed. Though the open world is not as gigantic as the previous titles. Still the mountains, valleys, plains, forests, rivers, lakes, and caves of Hope County make. It a place where there’s never a dull moment.
The game consists of three main regions that are controlled by the lieutenants of Joseph Seed. Each lieutenant rules over their own area of Hope County, and to get to them you’ll need to build up Resistance Points by liberating outposts, freeing captives, and many more. It’s an exciting progressive system that gives you a constant reminder of the progress. You’re making as you watch that resistance meter fills slowly. In order to kill the main cult leader, you have to kill his lieutenants first.
After the initial episode, the whole region of County Montana is available for exploration and the three regions can be accessed in any order you like. Unlike the previous Far Cry titles, Far Cry 5 offers more NPC allies that are often of great assistance in carrying out missions. There are nine NPC allies in all, each having their own unique abilities. Specialists provide a variety of options, from the humans that provide covering fire with different weapons and vehicles to the animals who can assist you in marking enemies and stealth takedowns. They’re great assets who can add to your skill set or fill in a necessary gap. The game reviews reach an entirely different level when you unlock the Leadership perk as two companions can be used at once.
The game’s upgrade system too has been updated. Though the perks are grouped into different categories, the perks don’t follow a tree-style pattern. Any perk can be achieved at any given point in the game.
The craziness gets doubled when you play the storyline with another real-world player. Though only the host player gets the credit for the mission.
This is another game mode called the Far Cry Arcade, where you can create your own levels. The mode can be quite boring. As there is nothing much to do and it takes a lot of patience, skill, creativity and time to create in-depth game levels.
Overall, the gameplay of Far Cry 5 game and its open world remains addictive. There is some level of repetitiveness in it. There is not much of surprise in the game reviews as the missions. The weapons and dream sequences are quite similar to the previous titles. Amidst all the brutal killings and insanity, the game still manages to tell a serious story with a very powerful ending. Even though it is not as memorable as the previous titles.