Stuff Middle East
Far Cry 5 Image Credit: Stuff Middle East
Far Cry 5 Image Credit: Stuff Middle East

Far Cry 5

The latest entry in Ubisoft’s open-world FPS series has taken a trip to America and cranked up the bullet-frenzied action to the max

Kinder eggs. Orange plums. Haggis. All three have been banned in the US, yet if you want to purchase an AK-47 in Montana? No problem! You might even get a handgun thrown in for free. And so, whatever you think about America’s gun laws in the real world, they do make it the perfect location for Ubisoft’s shoot-’em-up franchise.

There’s no psychopathic pirate or flamboyantly dressed drug lord this time, though – instead, you’re treated to a sinister threat that’s all too familiar: religious extremists. Joseph Seed and his flock of siblings lead a doomsday cult, using threats of apocalypse (and a stupendous supply of guns) to rule over the fictional Hope County. It’s split into three regions, each controlled by a member of the Seed family. You have to liberate each area to trigger the final encounter with Joseph.

You’ll find plenty of distractions in this open-world setting. There’s so much to see and do, yet it never feels as if you’re being forced into an inconsequential side-quest. The enemy is everywhere: trucks, tankers, cars and quad-bikes will pull up and open fire on you. And even once you’ve destroyed them, you’re likely to encounter another instantly. It can be exhausting, but it’s always enjoyable. You have an arsenal of weaponry right from the start, yet progression is still rewarding as you unlock fire arrows and sticky bombs.

Not everything here


Continue Reading with Magzter GOLD Subscription

Log in if you're already a subscriber

Continue Reading This Article For FREE By Downloading The Magzter App

Magzter for iOS Magzter for Android

To continue reading on the website, Click here

Get unlimited access to thousands of curated premium story and 5,000+ magazines

Try FREE for 7 days or

Download the Magzter App and
Try FREE for 30 days


More from Stuff Middle East