Far Cry 5 is out now in the wild and taking players into the breathtaking (but deadly) mountains of Hope County, Montana, and while the game is striking on consoles, PC players will get to experience some enhanced visual options, as seen in a new trailer for the recently-released title.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Far Cry 5 alongside its launch today highlighting the PC version of the game, and specifically showing several of the PC version’s features in action for the massive open-world game.
The features in question that are shown in the trailer are ones that Ubisoft has produced in partnership with AMD, which includes wide color gamut, better contrast, tone mapping, parallel workload, FreeSync 2, and full support for AMD Crossfire for multi-GPU play.
Overall, Far Cry 5 is sure to be a spectacle on consoles, but having just gotten the PC version myself, I’ll be looking forward to seeing what the game can do at its max settings.
Far Cry 5 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC – for more of our thoughts on the game, you can check out our review of the title, and you can also check out the new trailer below for a closer look at the PC version of the game: