Before the Primal: Far Cry 4

Flock to the Himalayas to participate in a civil war against a tyrannical crab rangoon dictator in Far Cry 4 published by Ubisoft. Fight against multiple enemies such as, the fictional Kyrat Royal Army, fictitious demons in an already fictitious world, and crazy wildlife that will attempt to kill you. Far Cry 4 is a video game worth playing for players interested in first person shooters and role playing games; it’s the best of both worlds. There’s tons of side quests involving two brothers who inject random drugs into you that have your character waking up into a cave full of bears, or missions that involve journeying into the mythical world of Shangri-La. Besides the side quests, there’s a ton of main story objectives that has players pitted against hordes of enemies who want to claim the fictitious country of Kyrat.


Far Cry 4 is the latest installment of the series before the release of Far Cry Primal by Ubisoft. It’s worth checking out before the new release that has players sent back into the past with primitive man. There’s multiplayer features in Far Cry 4 that allows players to team up to conquer objectives, such as fortress raids that consist of several players fighting a base filled with a ton of bad guys and choppers. The story follows Ajay Ghale, a young Kyrati-American who is caught in the civil war between the Royal Army and the Golden Path. Players can influence the outcome of the game by siding with two of the story’s protagonists. The game also has a combat arena that allows player’s to face off horde after horde of man or ferocious beasts. It’s a game packed with content and things to do other than merciless slaughter. Check out the additional downloadable content of Far Cry 4, Escape from Durgesh Prison and Valley of the Yetis, published by Ubisoft.




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