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Far Cry 4


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Far Cry 4

$29.99 USD

$25.57 USD


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Built from the legendary DNA of its award-winning predecessor, Far Cry® 4 delivers the most expansive and immersive Far Cry® experience ever in an entirely new and massive open world. 

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Built from the legendary DNA of its award-winning predecessor, Far Cry® 4 delivers the most expansive and immersive Far Cry® experience ever in an entirely new and massive open world. With integrated drop-in/drop-out open world co-op play, Far Cry 4 re-imagines the cooperative experience for the next generation. You’ll now be able to discover and explore the living open world of Kyrat together.

Hidden in the towering Himalayas lies Kyrat, a country steeped in tradition and violence. You are Ajay Ghale. Traveling to Kyrat to fulfill your mother’s dying wish, you find yourself caught up in a civil war to overthrow the oppressive regime of dictator Pagan Min. Explore and navigate this vast open world, where danger and unpredictability lurk around every corner. Here, every decision counts, and every second is a story. Welcome to Kyrat.

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Discover the most diverse Far Cry world ever created. With terrain spanning from lush forests to the snowcapped Himalayas, the entire world is alive…and deadly.

  • From leopards, rhinos, black eagles, and vicious honey badgers, Kyrat is home to abundant wildlife. As you embark on your hunt for resources, know that something may be hunting you...
  • Scout enemy territory from above in the all-new gyrocopter and then plummet back to earth in your wing suit. Climb aboard the back of a six-ton elephant and unleash its raw power on your enemies.
  • Choose the right weapon for the job, no matter how insane or unpredictable that job might be. With a diverse arsenal, you’ll be prepared for anything.


Not every journey should be taken alone. Far Cry 4 allows for a second player to drop in and drop out at any point, re-imagining the cooperative experience in the true spirit of Far Cry for the next generation. You’ll now be able to discover and explore the living open world of Kyrat together.


Prove your combat prowess and fight for survival and fame in the arena. Earn the respect of roaring crowds and test your will to survive, battling man and beast alike, until only one contestant remains standing.


Get a taste of Kyrat’s embattled history in a brand-new adversarial multiplayer mode. Play as a heavily armed soldier of the Golden Path rebellion, or as a member of the ancient Kalinag warrior tribe equipped with the lethal power of nature.


Create and share your own maps using the most powerful and intuitive map editor ever offered in the Far Cry franchise. Your creations will get the attention they deserve thanks to its enhanced tools, improved interface, and the ability to publish and share your maps with the community.

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Monday, November 17, 2014
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Please note, the following countries will receive restricted copies of this title: Russian Language Restricted: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Republic of, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine Region Restricted: India
Minimum Requirements
  • Supported 64-Bit OS: Windows® 7 (SP1) x64 / Windows® 8 x64 / Windows® 8.1 x64
  • Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel® Core™ i5-750 or 3.2 GHz AMD Phenom™ II X4 955
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD5850 (1 GB VRAM)*
  • Direct X - Version 11
  • Hard Drive : 30 GB
  • Sound Card: DirectX-compatible (5.1 surround sound recommended)
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)
  • Multiplayer: 256 kbps or faster broadband connection
Recommended Requirements
  • Supported 64-Bit OS: Windows® 7 (SP1) x64 / Windows® 8 x64 / Windows® 8.1 x64
  • Processor - 2.5 GHz Intel® Core™ i5-2400S or 4.0 GHz AMD FX-8350 or better
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Video Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 or AMD Radeon R9 290X or better (2 GB VRAM)*
  • Direct X - Version 11
  • Hard Drive - 30 GB available space
  • Sound Card - DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with latest drive

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Good story with fun gameplay

This game is fun. I really like this game with its all out craziness. There is a lot of weapons in this game, everything from flamethrowers to bows. The story is good, but not as good as far cry 3's. There is a multiplayer mode mode, but it isn't anything special. It's a standard multiplayer experience, the single player is where the game really shines. There is also some vehicle combat, it isn't really vehicle combat, you can only shot your sidearm either from a boat, car or gyrocopter. You'll also need to climb towers to reveal the map, in the start there are fun, but later on it becomes quite tedious. There are also outpost, but there are fun in the start and then they become boring. I heartily recommend this game to anyone who has the slightest interest in open world games.

I Wish I Could Eat the Crab Rangoon

I was having a bad day running a family errand when a very nice man invited me to his home for dinner. The food looked fantastic, but I could not figure out how to eat the crab rangoon. So I sat there like a fool trying to figure out how to eat until the host returned. I was a little embarrassed, because he spoke so highly of the rangoon, but he still helped me finish my task. I really do hope he takes care of that trouble with terrorists, because this is a lovely place to visit. 4/5 stars. NOTE: I will upgrade to 5 stars if they release a patch to allow me to eat the crab rangoon.

The king of open world FPS games

Far Cry 4 is everything that was good in 3, but better. It has a bigger map, better graphics, and a better story. In my opinion the villain is better as well, and the final confrontation is't lackluster like the last game. There's nothing much else to say about it really. All the exploration, anymal hunting and enemy fortress sieges are here, just like the last time, only, the wildlife seems a little wilder this time around. Those damn Eagles! The multiplayer is also pretty rewarding. With a few friends it's easy to get lost in it for hours...days even.

Like Far Cry 3 but better.

Far Cry 4 is an FPS game with many RPG elements. We are imprisoned in Kyrat, a fictional country in India, with the mission of taking our mother's dead ashes to the altar of our deceased sister. At the same time, the inhabitants of Kyrat are asking us for help in the suppression of Pagan Min, the evil dictator. Obviously, we meet a lot of adventures and enemies and develop our character in a traditional RPG fashion. The story is addictive, the game also offers very nice graphics. Very enrtaintaining game that you should at least try.

Strong recommendation from me to new players and fans of previous games.

Far Cry 4 was my first experience with the Far Cry franchise. I avoided it on console and even avoided it on PC for awhile because of the Ubisoft logo that accompanied it. After playing through my current library, sinking over 650 hours into Warframe (still a great game) and not being able to find a decent open world survival game, I finally decided to give Far Cry 4 a shot. Even though I currently only have 11 hours on the game, I'm gonna step out on a limb here and say that I made a wise purchase. One of the big things that really stood out to me about the game, was the almost non-existent learning curve that comes with it. After playing a bunch of games that require the user to sink hours upon hours into it in order to have a good time, it was nice to finally have a game that I could just jump into and play. Crafting, the skill tree and weapon acquisition were all straight forward and easy to comprehend. Sure, it might feel like the game is treating you with kid gloves at certain points, but I never felt that the game was insinuating that I was ????????. It felt more like the game was saying, "Hey, you've got a kid, a job, a wife and yard work to do, so let's get you in this mf'er blowing **** up ASAP!" For that, I was appreciative. Another thing that really surprised me, was the wildlife in the game. Sometimes, these animals present more problems than the Royal Army. I swear, half of the time I was more concerned with getting gored by a rhino than I was with getting shot at. These crazy SoB's can even change the momentum of a firefight, whether you called them in for help or not (sometimes these bears just wanna fight). It also makes for some hilarious encounters during any downtime between liberating outposts and hijacking convoy trucks. As for the majority of negative comments (that aren't tech related), the problem seems to lie with the story. Well, as my friend Cypher once said, "Ignorance is bliss." Being new to the franchise, I missed out on the supposed Moby??????of all stories with Far Cry 3. I've also heard that Vass is equivalent to Heath Ledger's rendition of the Joker. Great! Looks like I've saved the best for last. As for this game, I can say that so far, the story is intriguing and the voice acting is great. No problem with me there. If I were to dock it for something, I am disappointed in the multiplayer aspect. While there is co-op, it's only for two people and from what I understand, the Campaign cannot be played and XP cannot be gained while teaming up with a friend. This type of game screams for multiple people to be on a server doing crazy stuff together...i guess that's what GTAV is for...oh well. In the end, I highly recommend this game for people who like to have a good time. If you're looking for a game that has the difficulty of Dark Souls with the leveling system of Path of Exile, you should skip this one. If, on the other hand, you want to ride an elephant off a cliff and wingsuit your way into an enemy camp while shooting explosive arrows, "Welcome to the party, pal!"

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