Far Cry 5 Shows Fighting, Driving, Aerial Duels and Fishing in New Gameplay

Far Cry 5 shows more gameplay showcasing several aspects of its open world and of the battle against the cult's soldiers.

September 4, 2017

Ubisoft’s Far Cry 5 has a heavy presence on the show floor at PAX West in Seattle, and Ubisoft showcased quite a lot of gameplay on its livestreamed programming.

Over two consecutive days, we got to see the latest demo played three times, showing quite a lot of fighting, driving around (including the giant Widowmaker truck), aerial dogfights between propeller aircrafts that would more properly belong to crop dusting than to combat, and even fishing.  After all we’re in the North American countryside, and lake fishing is basically a national sport there.

The result is over an hour of gameplay giving us a deeper look of the game’s fictional rendition of a not-so-peaceful community in Montana.

You can check out all the videos below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy more gameplay footage, a video showing gun for hire and more, recent screenshots from E3, and the trailer and gameplay from the same show.

You can also download a free PS4 dynamic theme. According to Ubisoft itself, the game should sell close to the third and fourth chapters of the series.

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Far Cry 5 will release on February 27th, 2018 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

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