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Far Cry: Primal

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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.

GAME FEATURES:

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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Publisher:
Ubisoft
Developer:
Ubisoft
Genres:
Action
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Released:
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
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Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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Digital PC Download
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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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80
A Journey through the Stone Age

You could say that Far Cry: Primal is qualitatively acceptable, and although it's not as exciting as the two previous games in the series, it can provide some good moments for its fans. The biggest disadvantage of the game is the poor story, which is a big downside compared with two previous games and can not compete with those two at all. the game characterization is not at all good, and it seems that the makers did not pay much attention to the story. Changing the game's setting has brought some variety in the gameplay , most notably with replacement of cold weapons rather than guns. The game's fighting system has some fundamental change because of the changes in weapons, but unfortunately, the creators have not been able to make use of the potential from them, and the game fights will lose their charm after a while. The design of the environments in the game is done beautifully , and players will feel that they are adventurers in a world that is far from civilization and wild in nature. Like previous versions, animals in Far Cry: Primal also play an important role, and of course, the exact number and design of animals in the game is also admirable. The game is graphically functional, and music and sound play are also good. Overall, Far Cry: Primal can not affect fans as much as the two previous versions of the series, but, in turn, it's a good and admirable game and its experience for all fans of the Far Cry series, and of course, for the people who used to make our History is a favorite, it is recommended.

80
Shangri-La: The game

If you wondered from where the idea for Primal came, the answer is incredibly simple, actually - from Far Cry 4 Shangri-La, where you were playing as ancestor of the main character hundreds of years in the past, using tiger as your partner. More or less, if you consider Far Cry 4 a Far Cry 3.5, this one would be 3.9, because while the setting is refreshing, everything else is same old, same old. Graphics are pretty and sound is good, especially "tribe" talk, which is really nice idea. Overall, still a good game, but maybe too similiar to other games for its own good.

80
When you play this game don't think of it as another far cry title.

I will admit, as a long time fan of the Far Cry franchise I let this one sit in my library for awhile out of fear that it would be too different from their last titles. I started playing the game two days ago. Do I regret getting this game? Lord no. Do I regret not playing it sooner? Uh, yeah. Five minutes in, I already felt for the characters and the hardships they had to endure in this primitive landscape. Not only does Ubisoft immerse you in vivid storyline, but they also make sure that you don't get bored. This is achieved primarily by the use of making the landscape and the items in it crucial to building your village, upgrading your tools, and more or less progressing in the storyline, by giving each important character their own questline for you to follow, and having two tribes to thwart and four challenging beast hunts to complete. The addition of trainable beasts only gave the game more depth, as well as provided an additional challenge. I began to feel as if it was my duty to collect each beast and find their unique skills and behaviors. I also enjoyed having to use the landscape fully in order to craft gear after each completed mission. Over all, this game surely met and exceeded my expectations. Immersive storyline, new mechanics, lush graphics. I would highly recommend purchasing and trying it out if you too were hesitant to get it, or if you have never before played any of the Far Cry games.

80
Another Far Cry but in a fresh setting.

Far Cry: Primal as the title suggest is a prehistoric spin-off of the Far Cry series for PCs and other platforms, as always it's the first-person survival game. We explore the open world, we fight with members of hostile tribes, hunt for wild animals, do crafts, etc. It's still the same good old Far Cry as we knew from the third instillment that revolutionized the series. If you liked the previous games try this one as well.

90
This game....is freaking awesome!

This game has kept me playing for over 26hrs so far and I have enjoyed it thoroughly. It gets better after about the first 3hrs of gameplay, when you start unlocking skills and getting used to only having a bow, a club and a spear. After playing the previous Far Cry games with all sorts of high powered guns, I can honestly say that the combat in this game is much more difficult initially. Not a big learning curve, but it takes some practice to become a master hunter with your bow and the key is to always go for headshots! If you land a headshot it is very satisfying.

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