Ubisoft on Friday released new trailer of Far Cry 5, which is to be released on 27th March, the trailer shows that Hope County ,Montana,a lovely mountain town is taken over by a Cult named “The Project at Eden’s Gate” led by Father Joseph Seed.
You are tasked as a sheriff’s deputy whose race and gender can be decided by the player with a group of insurgents who are none other than Hope County residents who have had enough of Seed’s bullshit.
In an interview with Polygon, executive producer Dan Hay said he was inspired by the 2016 armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. “When I saw on television that a militia in Oregon had taken over a wildlife preserve and basically held … the FBI at bay for 41 days, I was like,‘OK. Now this makes sense,’” he said. However, it looks like Far Cry 5takes that idea into more cartoonish, cult-based villainy rather than grappling with the social realities that inspired incidents like that. Maybe that’s fine,but on some level it feels like a bit of a missed opportunity.
Fans can also get Far Cry 5 Season Pass through the Far Cry 5 Gold Edition that will include “Hours of Darkness,” “which lets players travel back in time to Vietnam to battle against Việt Cộng soldiers; the zombie-filled ‘Dead Living Zombies’; and ‘Lost on Mars,’ wherein players go to fight Martian arachnids,”according to EW.
Season pass holder will get four weeks prior to the game’s summer 2018 launch Edition of Far Cry 3 on PS4 and Xbox One. PC gamers will get a additional benefit of getting Far Cry 3 immediately.