Ubisoft released a performance patch for Far Cry 5 to mark the game’s fifth anniversary, which makes it much easier to play on modern hardware.
Far Cry 5 can be updated right now, so owners of PS5 and Xbox Series X|S can play all of the game’s modes at 60 frames per second (fps). This includes both the single-player and multiplayer parts. Even the map editor in the game has gotten a performance boost, which is nice.
Fans of the series will likely be glad to hear about the change. Especially those who were disappointed by the average Far Cry 3 Classic Edition and those who thought that Far Cry 6 didn’t add anything new to the series.
Far Cry 5 is still one of the most divisive games in the series. Many people think that the game’s setting in the American heartland is a step back from the more exotic settings of previous games.
The game’s story was also kind of boring. The main character didn’t have a voice, and the bad guys didn’t have the same impact as Far Cry 3’s crazy Vaas Montenegro or Far Cry 4’s gleefully megalomaniacal Pagan Min.