Far Cry 5 PC... 35pc off! £32.62 greenman gaming
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Far Cry 5 PC... 35pc off! £32.62 greenman gaming

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Can't believe we've reached the point where £30+ is seen as a good deal for a new PC release.

Publishers are really taking the Mickey...
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I got frosted for putting up a similar deal the other day from the u b I s o f t store (£35).

Trying again... with even cheaper price! It's a great game and a great price!
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 14th Jun
Still expensive for the base game, console game which comes on a disk and inside a case has been less than this. If it was the gold edition you'd be onto something, but there's nothing special here.
Base game is £37.49 on uPlay and if you have ever played a Ubi game before you probably have a ton of 'Club Units' - for 100 of them you can get 20% off bringing the price to £30. I was going to wait until it was cheaper still, but bought it with that deal last week and glad I did as it is a good game I'm spending too much time on :-)
Got Far Cry fatigue after number 3 (they're all the same now?); guess I'm better off finishing Wolfenstein. Anything else (PC-wise) of interest coming soon?
Musicrab9 m ago

Got Far Cry fatigue after number 3 (they're all the same now?); guess I'm …Got Far Cry fatigue after number 3 (they're all the same now?); guess I'm better off finishing Wolfenstein. Anything else (PC-wise) of interest coming soon?


I did not like fc3 and got bored half way through but loved and completed homefront the revolution. This has very little random crafting and more missions so more fun!
StolenDiagram38 m ago

Still expensive for the base game, console game which comes on a disk and …Still expensive for the base game, console game which comes on a disk and inside a case has been less than this. If it was the gold edition you'd be onto something, but there's nothing special here.


True but this is what the price is for pc gamers. I previously bought for this price from scdkey grey market seller. It is 50 quid on steam
I was really happy to get an offer for £22.50 accepted on this for Xbox One on eBay, was also on the 10% off day so technically even cheaper. As I have an Xbox One X, I can play at 4K, which is more than I could run it at on my PC. Ideally would use KB & mouse for a FP game but for getting a nearly new release for around £20, I can live with using a controller.

Just goes to show, thanks to the used market, AAA games aren't always cheaper on PC as people say....
Musicrab14th Jun

Got Far Cry fatigue after number 3 (they're all the same now?); guess I'm …Got Far Cry fatigue after number 3 (they're all the same now?); guess I'm better off finishing Wolfenstein. Anything else (PC-wise) of interest coming soon?


Similar. I slogged my way through 3 and then got bored and gave up a few hours into 4 and never even bought Primal. However, its been a while now and am playing 5 and enjoying it. As you say they are essentially all the same, but if you haven't played one since 3 you may get back into it
Finished this a few nights ago and felt more of a chore than a game. Only kept playing as paid good money for it.

Protagonists are forgettable, still remember Vaas fondly and the quests were miles better in 3.
Love the ending. Love it.

The game has a wide array of story missions, side missions, cult outposts to destroy etc, once you get into it you can literally have as many as 20-25 missions/tasks available to you at any one time... You need to defeat three 'bosses' before you can face the final boss, and you can't confront those bosses until you reach a certain number of 'resistance points' - here is the problem...you will do all the 'good' missions first, be 90% away from your resistance point target, then have to pick up lots of small bitty unfulfilling tasks to meet the final 10% requirement. This was the only gripe I had, I started out liberating prisons and towns but towards the end of the level I only had 'comedy' missions left such as 'collect three bull testicles' for the town BBQ.

Also a very forgiving game for low spec machines - played very well on a 13" 2017 MacBook Pro with Intel onboard graphics. (On Win10 via bootcamp)
Edited by: "Regprentice" 14th Jun
Look at all farcry games, they are pennys down the line.

I bought 3 and 4 but didnt play them and now you can get them for a fiver each :\

UBI games drop in price fast, the AC games are the only ones holding their price atm

If you havent bought by now why bother, its oldish and will plummet very soon
seanmorris1002 h, 48 m ago

Look at all farcry games, they are pennys down the line.I bought 3 and 4 …Look at all farcry games, they are pennys down the line.I bought 3 and 4 but didnt play them and now you can get them for a fiver each :\ UBI games drop in price fast, the AC games are the only ones holding their price atmIf you havent bought by now why bother, its oldish and will plummet very soon


Agreed. I tend to buy things in steam sale or humble bundle. But I missed homefront and wanted a good open world game. I found fc3 too easy and boring but this has been good
Can't believe we've reached the point where £30+ is seen as a good deal for a new PC release.

Publishers are really taking the Mickey...
Higbog15th Jun

Can't believe we've reached the point where £30+ is seen as a good deal …Can't believe we've reached the point where £30+ is seen as a good deal for a new PC release. Publishers are really taking the Mickey...


Too right .As far as I'm concerned £25 is the max for a game on release.
This should be <£20 by now. AND it was bundled with GFX cards so should have been cheaper in my eyes.
Hopefully in the Summer it'll be <£20 and I'll jump.
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