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The award-winning Far Cry franchise that stormed the tropics and the Himalayas now enters the original fight for humanity’s survival with its innovative open-world sandbox gameplay, bringing together massive beasts, breathtaking environments, and unpredictable savage encounters.

Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the Earth and humanity is at the bottom of the food chain. As the last survivor of your hunting group, you will learn to craft a deadly arsenal, fend off fierce predators, and outsmart enemy tribes to conquer the land of Oros and become the Apex Predator.


STONE AGE BY FAR CRY: The rich setting of the Stone Age provides a new setting filled with unpredictable mayhem, dangerous threats, and incredible stories that Far Cry is known for.

RISE ABOVE EXTINCTION: Play as Takkar, a seasoned hunter and the last surviving member of your group. There is one goal: survive in a world where you are the prey.

FIERCE WILDLIFE AND SAVAGE AND MAJESTIC WORLD: This is earth before man laid claim to it, where deadly sabretooth tigers ruled the world, giant woolly mammoths were kings, and herds of massive Elk stormed through the plains. Discover these and many more daunting creatures in the savage open-world of Oros within the towering redwood forests, harsh taiga, cold glacial mountains and humid swamps.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2016
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements

- OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
- Processor: Intel Core i3-550 | AMD Phenom II X4 955 or equivalent
- RAM: 4GB
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1GB VRAM) | AMD Radeon HD 5770 (1GB VRAM) or equivalent
- Hard Disk Space: 20 GB
- Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller

Recommended Requirements

- OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
- Processor: Intel Core i7-2600K | AMD FX-8350 or equivalent
- RAM: 8GB
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 | AMD Radeon R9 280X or equivalent
- Hard Disk Space: 20 GB
- Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller


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Reviews for Far Cry: Primal

Muchos bugs

Despu?s de probarlo durante unas cuantas horas y pasarmelo. He de decir que no se donde est? la el 90% de los bugs que dice la gente. Yo le he dedicado mas de 30 horas y solo un par de veces habr? habido un bug de los cuales son algo incomodos. Para empezar he visto que la gente critica que el juego es un copy paste del 4. ( entonces no hemos jugado al mismo far cry 4 ) por que para decir eso tambi?n habria que decir que el 4 es una copia del 3.( por que es asi ) xD El far cry primals en un resumen corto. PRos. - Por fin un juego de acci?n sin armas de fuego.( es de agradecer ). - Algunas escenas son realmente impresionantes. - Ponertelo en maxima dificultad y jugar sin HUD , ( eso si que es aventura ) ^^ - El motor gr?fico es una gozada 60fps en cualquier lado del juego. -La lanza es el mejor arma del juego. - Contras. - Pues la historia es muy simple , le deber?an haber hecho mas ahinco a algunas conversaciones y a algunas secundarias no ser tan pesadas. - El mapa es realmente parecido al 4, pero no es igual. como he leido por ahi. - Cambios de rasgos en la cinematica de las personas. Todos literalmente son iguales.Y eso cansa a la larga. - Un crafteo esencial. y basico. No es un juego sobresaliente la verdad. y yo me lo compr? de salida por 60? . no me arrepiento de haberlo hecho por que se que podr? jugar las veces que quiera y siempre ser? diferente, pero si eres una de las personas que duda. Entonces esperate que lo bajen a la mitad. y ya no podr?s tener queja de irte a la epoca prehistorica y disfrutar!. Juego de 8/10 para mi gusto. y seguramente metan algunos dlcs para potenciar algo mas el juego. espero que no defrauden!

Solid FarCry franchise sequel

One more FarCry sequel and one more rumble through the jungle. This time game creators decided to send us 10.000 B.C. and put the player in "shoes" of one of prehistoric tribals Takkar somewhere in Europe... The story is simple but effective. Sole survivor after a hunt gone wrong, you're looking for the remnants of their tribe in the land of Oros. On your journey you will learn how to hunt create traps, weapons, domesticate wild animals and so on. Game looks amazing, and its is probably one of the best if not the best looking open world game currently. Reflections, animations, textures, everything is polished to the perfection and really looks stunning. Gameplay is very well done, even the action seems to be not so fast and energetic as you are using primitive weapons, but as you venture further into the game, that feeling will change. It couldn't have hurt if they created more interaction and stories with NPC characters, and also more active enemies. They will never organize and send attacks to your villages or do anything except waiting for you to come them, and of course finally conquer their settlement. Primal is not the group of games that require endless amount of hours to finish it, and unfortunately is not the game that you will want to play more that once after you finish it and that is probably the biggest flaw of the game, that little something that is missing and what makes game memorable.

Just OK...

When I played Far Cry 4 (which is better than this one) I remember thinking, when I got to the enemies that could control animals, "I wish I could control animals". Well Primal satisfies this but in the process we lose the that great world of Far Cry 4. In a way, I love the natural surroundings of Oros but just wish there was more to do in it. I wish there was a bit more depth to the game play which could take something from Fallout 4 (in terms of base-building) or maybe even throw a few more warring tribes in the mix with perhaps even a bit of diplomacy? I simply know that more was needed to keep me interested.

Overall a good game.

Having never played a Far Cry game before, I found this game refreshingly entertaining. The most noticeable downside of the game itself is it's repetitiveness. Fights against wildlife and humans may at times be too many, becoming a little overwhelming, but for the most part, smart use of the game mechanics can make every battle feel different. From a stealthy approach, to a more violent and less subtle charge, topped with each tameable animal's special abilities and your own weapons, it only takes creativity to craft your experience. The map is big enough to make it interesting, and small enough to avoid "fatigue", and it's diversity in landscapes make it unique anywhere where you are, in other words, it's easy to get lost. The storyline is good, from an entertaining standpoint, and while some may find it generic, it's well executed. Overall it's a good game, with more pros than cons.

Really good

I bought this game as it was on sale a few days ago, wasn't sure what to expect, but I had seen a trailer for it a few months ago and it interested me. After playing for a few hours now I have to say I am greatly impressed. The game itself is gorgeous, and I am playing it on a i7-4790k with an Rx480 with everything maxed out. I get 60 fps no problem. I also added the graphics enhancement mod (without the saturation) and it looks even a little more crisp. The game itself has a lot of things to do in it from hunting, taming beasts, taking out outposts, gathering plants and other goodies to killing your caveman enemies. I can spend a lot of time just wandering the woods and this game seems quite peaceful. When I want a little more action I can go and take over an outpost. I am currently playing on hard survivor mode, and I am enjoying this level of difficulty immensely. If you enjoy the other far cry games, this one has the same mechanics, without the automatic rifles. Grab a copy today, you will not be disappointed.

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