Ubisoft has announced an update for Far Cry 5 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S that adds support for 60fps on current-gen consoles. Additionally, to celebrate the game’s fifth anniversary, the publisher offered a discount of up to 85% on all editions.
Far Cry 5 tells the story of a fanatical doomsday cult in the fictional Hope County, USA. The leader of the cult, Joseph Sid, believes that he was chosen to protect the people from the apocalypse. As a radical leader, he keeps the people of Hope County in check. However, some residents banded together to resist the cult. The main character, the sheriff’s assistant, is sent to arrest Sid and free the county from tyranny.
Far Cry 5 is 85% cheaper on PlayStation Store. In addition, Ubisoft is selling the Season Pass at a 70% discount, as well as DLCs (including on Xbox). As part of the celebration of the game’s 5th anniversary, you can also purchase the Far Cry 5 Edition and Far Cry New Dawn Edition at 85% off. The latter is a spin-off sequel to the fifth part, in which the survivors face a new threat. It is likely that the discount will become available later in the Microsoft Store.
Finally, the authors talk about the possibility of playing Far Cry 5 for free from March 23 to March 27.
Far Cry 5 is available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.