Assassin's Creed Origins unleashes its first slice of DLC on January 23 with The Hidden Ones, before shifting its focus to its historical Discovery Tour and sequel story expansion in February and March.
I’m here to remind you of that Far Cry 5 content that I slaved away on while y’all were enjoying a much-needed break. First up, here’s me chatting to Far Cry 5 narrative director Jean-Sebastien Decant, the nicest guy in any room, about putting the fun in fundamentalism.
A preacher’s flock is on the loose, the end times are upon the citizens of Fall’s End and someone has to take a stand against Joseph Seed and his church. Which makes for an intriguing setup in Ubisoft’s character-driven series of shooting and survival. I needed some answers to certain questions, and fortunately I managed to sit down with Far Cry 5 narrative director Jean-Sebastien Decant, as he preached the good gospel to me. Here’s what he had to say about the 50 Shades of Crazy that is Far Cry 5.
While Far Cry 5 does tackle some serious subject matter, it’s also not afraid to let its hair down and offer a more goofy mission to enjoy along the way. A mission that requires you to gain access to some special ingredients, for the upcoming Testy Festy that local cook Casey Seagal happens to host every year in the county.
Freedom in video games is something that we take for granted, albeit what good is that freedom if it isn’t interesting. You can only admire salt plains for so long, you can only take notice of lush trees so many times. People make a land interesting, people make a nation what it is. That’s an idea that Far Cry 5 is building on for its release next year, as Ubisoft’s premier shooting and survival experience expands massively in a new narrative direction.
This week sees the largest update yet for The Division, in the form of Resistance. Announced several months back, Resistance adds a horde mode that allows you and squadmates to protect a zone and reinforce it, as well as a skirmish mode and a 4v4 deathmatch option that should sate your bloodlust.
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