Top 5 Ways Farcry 6 and Future Farcry Games Can Improve

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Luca
Luca
19 days ago

Do i get a like for being first 👀

Ahmed Yossef
Ahmed Yossef
19 days ago

First .. Keep up the good work
Your reviews help me decide if I will buy the game or not

Kaed Franck
Kaed Franck
19 days ago

Love your vids, this one is cut off at the beginning just so ya know!

Sam B
Sam B
19 days ago

Second?

Tony Lee
Tony Lee
19 days ago

I was thinking about buying FAR CRY 6 but my debit card tellin me not to buy it because I already spend 60 buck on Metroid Dread

Ombra 711
Ombra 711
19 days ago

The disrespect to New Dawn by pretending it doesn't exist is kinda fucked up. It did a lot of good things that the new game adapted.

Brupcat
Brupcat
19 days ago

Before I watch the video, I'll cite what I think could be done to make a better Far Cry game:
Go back to Far Cry 2 and center on systems-based gameplay, like BotW and Far Cry 2, to lead into unplanned and unscripted emergent gameplay from open-ended design, so that even without a clear objective of what to do, you can enjoy the lively, reactive open world. Basically, just take from the immersive sim genre to create better open-ended gameplay while being replayable because every time you play them, unique experiences you will never re-experience the same way will occur without being based in any script of things that has to happen, so that your experience is truly yours. Greater interaction, a world that doesn't need your input to exist and rules that the entire world runs off of.

Pete 89
Pete 89
19 days ago

1 – Make a simple street ghetto type setting
2 – make it about hand to hand combat with abilities
3 – add cats from space
4 – include Jeff
5 – 80's Music

qi_tro
qi_tro
19 days ago

👍👍

CyberRonin
CyberRonin
19 days ago

Make Blood Dragon 2

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It’s nice to meet you.

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