Far Cry 5 Gets New Gameplay Footage Taking you Deeper into Hope County, Montana

Upcoming PS4, Xbox One, and PC game Far Cry 5 shows off the thrills of Hope County, Montana in new developer-led gameplay footage.

on August 23, 2017 9:07 AM

Today, publisher Ubisoft and its in-house developer Ubisoft Montreal released a healthy slab of new developer hand-holding gameplay footage that takes you deeper into its unique Montana setting, some of its features, toys, and of course your dog-for-hire Boomer.

The new trailer specifically features tractor riding, tractor drive-by murdering, adorable dog kisses from for-hire-able Boomer, fishing, forced baptisms, stealth and rambo combat approaches, big-rig semi-trucks, a variety of wildlife, plane flying, dogfighting, a Far Cry 3 Vaas easter egg, and more.

Notably the video also points out that for the first-time ever in the series you will be able to explore the world — which is the biggest Far Cry world yet — in any direction you choose, right from the start.

For those that don’t know: Far Cry 5 is set in modern times and takes the players in Hope County, Montana (the first time Far Cry has been located within the United States). In the game, you play as a junior deputy police offer who has just arrived in Hope County, but whose arrival quickly accelerates a years-long silent coup by a fanatical doomsday cult called Project at Eden’s Gate.

Said silent-coup swiftly turns into a violent take-over and war between the cult and a resistance group. Your job is to help liberate Hope County.

Far Cry 5 is poised to release on February 27, 2018 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One. It will notably support PS4 Pro and Xbox One X as well, however, said support has yet to be detailed.

If you want, you can check out our preview of the game, our interview with the game’s creative director and, its various special editions and preorder bonuses.

Or you could do none of that and just check out the new gameplay footage below:

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