Far Cry 4

After the death of his mother Ishwari, Ajay Ghale returns to his home country of Kyrat to carry out her final wish by scattering her ashes.
EU & US Release date: 18 Nov, 2014
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Far Cry 4 Review

Not a far cry from Far Cry 3.

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Ubisoft details first piece of Far Cry 4 Season Pass content, the Escape from Durgesh Prison

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Far Cry 4 is set to get its first piece of Season Pass content in January, and Ubisoft has detailed exactly what players can expect. Namely the introduction of permadeath in the new Escape from Durgesh Prison solo and co-op mission.

It's based around a level from the core game's solo campaign, but this time Ajay can team up with his (annoying) co-op buddy Hurk to scavenge weapons and ammo, and complete a series of challenges in a vaguely roguelike structure in order to escape.

Far Cry 4's latest PC patch 1.5 now live, addresses graphics and controls

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More bug and glitch smashing has arrived with PC patch 1.5.0 for Far Cry 4, as the latest update is now available. It targets "various" graphics and control issues, with Nvidia preset settings removed.

Streaming should also have less of an impact on performance, and a 21:9 ratio is now supported. According to some mutterings on NeoGAF, stuttering and shadow woes haven't been fixed.

PC patch for Far Cry 4 targets 'black and grey screens', Ubisoft "in the process of preparing"

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The next PC patch for Far Cry 4 is in the works at Ubisoft bringing the shooter to version 1.4.0. This update looks to fix rather annoying black screens on game launch, and a grey screen during a mission.

Ubisoft are "still in the process of preparing" the PC patch and will give a "firm date for making it available." While not comforting to those who need this patch, at least it isn't a mess quite like Unity.

Far Cry 4 creative lead starts work on "something new" for Ubisoft‏

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Far Cry 4's creative lead Alex Hutchinson has had his personal game pitch greenlit by Ubisoft, and will head a team including former Assassin's Creed staff on a new project.

No clues as to what that project might involve just yet, but it sounds like a step away from developing for mega-budget franchises.

Ubisoft catches out Far Cry 4 pirates with the help of a humble FOV slider

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There seems to be a trend these days of developers trying to catch pirates out by leaving little surprises for those playing illegitimate versions of PC games. Ubisoft's been in on the fun with Far Cry 4.

A day one patch for the shooter added a FOV slider to the game's graphics options. Players who pirated the PC version missed out on that patch, and several complained to the game's creative director Alex Hutchinson - who promptly pointed out they were clearly playing an pirated copy.

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