Ubisoft’s Far Cry 5 has been under the microscope ever since its announcement. Due to it presenting a western extremist group, many consider it a bit too much. However, gamers don’t consider such topics to be an issue but there is a problem with Far Cry 5 that needs to be fixed.
Far Cry 5 Co-Op missions will not share the mission progress with player two. Unlike some other Co-Op games where friends can help each other complete missions and share the progress, Far Cry 5 will only allow Player one forward. Meanwhile, player two will not get a piece of the pie start wherever he left off in his game.
Not being able to share your progress can prove to be a little frustrating and negates the purpose of playing and finishing a game together. The game can be played from start to finish in co-op but the feature is only available online.
Far Cry 5 gameplay trailer took us deep into the heart of Hope Country, Montana, where we will meet a number of different characters and will face various gameplay dynamics. Far Cry 5 gameplay will offer dynamic storytelling and an improved AI. According to Ubisoft, these are never before seen features in a Far Cry game.
The new Far Cry is also ditching mini-map and Towers, something that even Assassin’s Creed is saying goodbye to so Ubisoft is using the same UI template for its games.
Far Cry 5 is releasing early 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will also support Xbox One X and is now available to pre-order in three different variants.
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