In the video below we see a young man playing the new Far Cry game a good time with his virtual, four-legged AI companion Boomer.
Dan Hay who is the executive producer of Far Cry 5 told GameSpot that the game is going to be very generous in what it is going to offer the players, and would avail microtransactions to expedite the progress of the game.
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"I would say that a good player will go through it in 25 hours". Of course, with hype comes questions, like how long the game actually is and if Creative Director Dan Hay is to be believed gamers should strap in for a long ride. This is because this allows companies to continue making money from games after they've sold it, and according to GameSpot, Ubisoft has confirmed that the upcoming Far Cry 5 will have microtransactions.
In addition to the campaign-which can be played in co-op-Far Cry 5 will have a map-editor that you can use to build head-to-head game types or anything else you want.
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The game will have microtransactions, but the campaign can be played without a Network connection. Far Cry 5 will utilize microtransactions, and an internet connection will not be necessary for the game's full campaign. It seems as though Ubisoft want to make sure Far Cry 5 has a long life, looking beyond the insane DLC and post-launch content the developer has planned. Luckily, everything shown so far has given fans reasons to be excited.
Far Cry 5 releases 27 March for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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