Gaming Far Cry 5 is Finally Upon Xbox One and PC Owners By Damini Sengupta Posted on March 28, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr After numerous delays, the wait has been put to a close finally. While serious gamers were in the hope to get their hands on Far Cry’s fifth main title, the good news has by and by been pored down upon us. Ubisoft‘s Far Cry 5 is now available on PC and Xbox One console. Far Cry 5 is Available for Xbox One and PC The journey to the Hope County, Montana, USA will now be explored by all owners of PC as well as Xbox One. Although Far Cry 5’s release date literally had us confused, with Edmond Tran’s 9/10 award after the final launch of the game on March 27, playing Far Cry 5 would be as exciting as unfolding every adventure. Published reports suggest Tran saying, “Despite some brief irritations and missed opportunities with its narrative, spending time in the world of Hope County remains absolutely delightful. Far Cry 5 boasts a wonderfully harmonious flow to its adventure, with its smart changes to exploration, discovery, and progression distinctly bolstering the enjoyment of creatively engaging and experimenting with its spectacular open world.” Developer Ubisoft released the game on PC and Xbox One yesterday. To the devs, the game will render at 4K resolution on Microsoft’s console. There are certainly good deals of improvements when compared to the last installment. With the inclusion of great individual moments, an excellent gunplay, and daring stories of accidental heroism within the unpredictable world, the game might get counted and praised on several fronts. But the unusual leaning into the entire red-blooded American patriotism schtick is certainly inappropriate. Which is why sometimes gamers are forced to work around the game instead of working in it. The bigger issue is wildly vacillating tone, however. Far Cry 5 includes Far Cry Arcade, which happens to be the largest map editor mode for the entire series of Far Cry. The Arcade includes players to create new missions by employing assets from titles in the franchise, and Ubisoft’s other games like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Watch Dogs, and Assassin’s Creed Unity. This first-person shooter game travels for adventure starting at $59.99.