Non-linearity, complete cooperative play, a fleet of new flying vehicles, and a new intel system are just a few of the new elements in Far Cry 5.
One of the biggest questions going into Ubisoft’s next entry of the Far Cry series is just what exactly is changing in Far Cry 5. It’s a fair question, and while Far Cry 5 will definitely be familiar to those who’ve come to know the series, there are quite a few new elements that modify the core gameplay.
As part of our deep dive into Far Cry 5, I got to go roughly 15 hours of hands-on gameplay with the impressively sprawling slice of Montana, and I took note of a few big changes and several smaller ones that expand the game in new ways. While I can’t talk about everything, and I’m sure there are things the I didn’t spot – it’s a big game, after all – you can watch our video to see everything I know is coming your way on its March 27 release.
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