Far Cry 4 Gives Players Freedom In A Dictatorship Like North Koreans Can Only Dream Of
The region of Kyrat is not only fictional but also the setting for Far Cry 4 and the sandbox for the game’s slightly eccentric villain, Pagan Min. That’s just fine though because Kyrat gets to be your personal sandbox too. The funny thing? you’re probably going to do more damage than Min ever did. However, you’re going to have fun doing it so the sacrificed elephants are justified.
The video you see above gives us a better look at how the openworld of Far Cry 4 will afford players a great degree of choice and strategy. Guns blazing is always an option but the game offers players lots of other ways to go about their business. Executive producer Dan Hay, creative director Alex Hutchinson and other members of the development team sound off on how the game gives players the sort of freedom that would make an American proud.
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What are you waiting for? Go watch the video.
Or stick around to hear me talk about how Far Cry 4 has been showing us just enough without giving too much away and appears to be marketing done right rather than AC: Unity which has a little too much marketing behind it.
Did I mention that there’s a little bit of Assassin’s creed going on here where you can go back in time and play as an ancient warrior who fights tigers and fire-breathers? That’s pretty rad.