I don't understand why everyone compares this game to GTA, just because it's an open world game with things to do? The games may have the same idea, open world, but they're very different. In GTA, you're an anti hero, a bank robber. Your only goal is to make cash and get yourself living the high life. In Watch Dogs 2, you're an activist, with the power to manipulate the city and it's technology at your fingertips. You're goal is to take down corrupt corporations, A.K.A Blume. Not the same at all. Completely different objectives and characters. Even the location is different. In GTA, you're in a FICTIONAL depiction of Los Angeles, California. In Watch Dogs 2, you're in a REALISTIC FICTIONAL depiction of San Francisco. The reason I say realistic fiction is because Blume, !Nvite, Nudle, are all parodies of real corporations, all the while taking place in a real location in the world. So to the people who are saying that this is like GTA, but you can hack? At least look at the facts first before you decide to compare two games that are obviously different.
Far Cry comes to America in the latest installment of the award-winning franchise.
Welcome to Hope County, Montana, land of the free and the brave but also home to a fanatical doomsday cult known as Eden’s Gate. Stand up to cult leader Joseph Seed, and his siblings, the Heralds, to spark the fires of resistance and liberate the besieged community.
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Digital Deluxe Pack includes: Big Game Hunter Pack, Ace Pilot Pack, Explosive Pack, Chaos Pack, AR-C Assault Rifle, and .44 Magnum Handgun with Unique Skins. Gold Edition includes the Game, Deluxe Pack, and Season Pass. Season Pass includes exclusive content, 3 unique DLCs: "Dead Living Zombies”, "Hours of Darkness", and "Lost on Mars”, and Far Cry 3® Classic Edition*. *Far Cry® 3 Classic Edition will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC players who purchase the Season Pass or Far Cry® 5 Gold Edition will receive the full version of Far Cry® 3.