Far Cry 5 writer Drew Holmes reveals how long players can expect to spend in the confines of deadly Hope County as they tear through the game’s campaign.
Ubisoft confirms that, while Far Cry 5 does feature 2-player online campaign co-op, there is no shared progress and only the host’s progress is saved.
Ubisoft reveals why it decided to omit towers and mini-maps from Far Cry 5, citing a desire to challenge players to explore and discover as the reason.
According to a new report, the Far Cry 5 development team at Ubisoft is still waiting on Xbox One X dev kits, and the game is being optimized for PS4 and PS4 Pro.
Far Cry 5 offers ample opportunity to take out the baddies of Hope County, so Game Rant went hands-on with the E3 2017 demo to find out more.
A new trailer drops for Far Cry 5, showing off the game’s cast of characters that the player will fight alongside in their quest to liberate Fall’s End.
Industry veteran Drew Holmes confirms over Twitter that he’s currently at Ubisoft working as Lead Writer on the recently announced open world action title, Far Cry 5.
Ubisoft’s recent reveal of Far Cry 5 has fans talking about why they love the series again, but here are some of the game’s new features people might not be aware of yet.
In a exclusive interview with Ubisoft executive producer Dan Hay, the man behind Far Cry 5 discusses how vital player choice will be to the upcoming game.
Far Cry 5 Executive Producer and Creative Director Dan Hay reveals fresh gameplay details and the inspiration for the Montana setting in a new video from Ubisoft.
Far Cry 5’s first official trailer reveals the survival action game’s main villain, the modern rural Montana setting, and a February 2018 release date.
The video game publisher and developer Ubisoft officially reveals the cover art for the next entry in its long-running first-person shooter franchise, Far Cry 5.
Ubisoft releases an all-new teaser for its upcoming title, Far Cry 5, that confirms the game will be set in the fictional Hope County in rural Montana.
A Far Cry 5 leak reveals the game’s story and setting, confirming that it will be set in a small-town and controversially, will focus on a religious cult.
The latest earnings call from Ubisoft confirms that Far Cry, The Crew, Assassin’s Creed, and South Park will all have games released in this financial year.
Speculation surrounding several curious rumors points to a new Far Cry sequel to launch later this year, possibly set in Montana and featuring a Western theme.
Ubisoft teases a Far Cry announcement on social media, with fans of the series speculating that a Far Cry 3 remaster or a Vaas-related prequel is in the works.