Far Cry Primal

After tackling various regions of the modern world, Far Cry wants to take the series to a new perspective and time period. Basically, Far Cry Primal changes everything quite a lot by offering us the ability to play as a hunter duri9ng the Mesolithic period.

After tackling various regions of the modern world, Far Cry wants to take the series to a new perspective and time period. Basically, Far Cry Primal changes everything quite a lot by offering us the ability to play as a hunter duri9ng the Mesolithic period.

The game takes place in the fictional valley of Oros, somewhere in the Central Europe and it requires you to unite all tribes under your rule, something that’s obviously easier said than done.

Not only is the game offering a surprisingly good story, but the fact that survival is crucial here does play a major role and that’s what matters the most. The open world is filled with beautiful but also dangerous animals and you will be reminded that you can day all the time as mammoths, sabretooths and so on will constantly attack you.

The language portrayed in the game is purely fictional even if you see a defined syntax and structure which is really neat. As you play, you will be able to learn more about and study this language, which in the end will deliver impressive results and a very good user experience.

As you can expect most of the weapons in this title are primitive which means that you will have to craft them using scavenged materials, not to mention that there are situations when you will also have to use axes, clubs and spears or bows. All of these are amazing and the fact that you can use them alongside pets/companions to get even better results is nothing short of impressive.

The more you play Far Cry Primal the more you will realize that the game delivers a constant state of alertness but at the same time it’s also very immersive. The game world is stunning to begin with and the more you play the more you will become one with the character. It’s exciting to see how the user experience adds up here and rest assured that the outcome is more than exciting which is what matters the most. The day and night cycle in the game does affect the overall gameplay and the more you play the more you will understand and see its effects.

Graphically the title does a great job when it comes to delivering a stellar user experience and attention to detail. The world is stunning, animations are very good and even if the performance tends to be hampered a little bit on a medium-req computer, it does work quite well which is what matters the most.

At the end of the day, Far Cry Primal is a solid game that allows you to explore an interesting new region and that’s what delivers the best possible experience. Sure, the game does have its own minor issues but at the end of the day it’s nothing short of a masterpiece and definitely one of the best Far Cry titles to date. Is it better than Far Cry 3? In many portions yes, but some might not like the prehistoric setting. If you get past that, it’s an amazing game with tons of stuff to offer!

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