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Far Cry 5 Invites You To Church With The E3 Trailer

Dan Hay, Executive Producer of Far Cry 5, took to the Ubisoft stage to invite us to church with the latest teaser, featuring the poster villain leading a church singing Amazing Grace. He then explained that they are all part of a fanatical cult, completely cut off from the rest of the world. People, Hay explained, are "fucking scared", and you have to fight back - though you're not alone. In the gameplay trailer, we saw Boomer the Dog and Grace Armstrong, gun for hire as AI companions you can order about.

Far Cry 5 is releasing on the 27th of February 2018 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

E3 2017 - News
Jinny Wilkin

Jinny Wilkin

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Acelister - 10:04am, 14th June 2017

I hate how the gameplay trailer camera looks SO fake. People don't play a game while gently sweeping the camera like that.

However, it at least hints at how co-op will work. You're fighting the cult on your own, then your mate joins in and is just another person fighting against the cult - like any of the friendly AI characters.

djdawsonuk - 10:10am, 14th June 2017

Yeah, a lot of these game play trailers tend to overdo that aspect of camera control, however, I do like to gently sweep the camera around at times, but even then, it doesn't look like these trailers do.

It's a lot like the Metro Exodus trailer we saw at the MS conf. It was indicitave of gameplay, but the animations were "enhanced" for the purposes of that trailer.

dominoid - 10:56am, 14th June 2017

I'm going to stream something and gently pan the camera all the way through just to annoy you now...

djdawsonuk - 10:57am, 14th June 2017

did do some of this whilst playing Alan Wake. Some. There was no running away though. Nope.