new post on UbiBlog has details on Hope County, Montana, the setting of Far
Cry 5, accompanied by a
new trailer showing off gameplay in Holland Valley. The accompanying update
is lengthy, so here's a bit:
THE WORLD ON YOUR TERMS
The entirety of Hope County is yours to explore however you like, whether by
truck, on foot, in a helicopter, or in a plane. It also has what might be the
best twist on fast-travel ever, in that you have the choice to either teleport
straight to a destination, or to appear in the sky hundreds of feet above it,
using your wingsuit and parachute to get around quickly and make a dramatic
There’s a lot to discover in Hope County, too; poking around its wooded trails
might reveal signposts that point to places to hunt, fish, or go skydiving.
Hidden prepper caches can yield piles of money and guns, but only if you can get
past their puzzles, challenges, or resident wolverines. You might even discover
a plaque commemorating the impossible deeds of ’70s daredevil Clutch Nixon, at
which point you’ll be able to, say, re-create his literally on-fire rally run
through sprinkler checkpoints that delay your inevitable explosion.
Sempai wrote on Dec 16, 2017, 03:08: Anyone else notice how this trailer appears to be the first look at the game running actual real time code(with the inevitable downgrade in models and geometry)on whatever console platform the engines struggling to run on? The game looks like a lot of fun, but it also looks like dogshit now. Those models and facial animations, Jesus..
It's always amusing(and depressing)how great everything looks at E3, and then you begin to see the Jekyll & Hyde like transformation leading up to release as they attempt to squeeze it onto an Xbox One..
I am honestly surprised at how shit this actually looks. It looks like there's been absolutely no improvement graphically over Far Cry 4 whatsoever. In fact, some of the animations and facial expressions seem like a downgrade