Far Cry 5 gets a new Gameplay trailer, set up in the Whitetail Mountains

Ubisoft has published a new Far Cry 5 gameplay trailer which is set in the Whitetail Mountains. The name of the gameplay video may not be appropriate to the trailer’s content, but still, we know how Ubisoft can make them trailers look fantastic.

Far Cry 5 is very interesting when it comes to presentation in any form, especially Ubisoft’s gameplay trailers. They make the game looks fun and also injects every player with a need of nasty and devastating gameplay, for which at the end of the day, you can only find it in Far Cry 5.

You can watch the new gameplay trailer “Mayhem in the Mountains” below:

It definitely includes a content everyone would love to experience, such as taming bears and having fun with your companions, but most likely, everyone’s choice will be a co-op gameplay for which is the only reason everyone’s looking forward to Far Cry 5.

Far Cry 5 will include exceptional combat animations, for which shall offer a pleasant gameplay experience among hardcore gamers around the world. I mean, come on, we know the previous series made you a bit violent. Wait until you try this one!

Far Cry 5 launches on March 27 for all three platforms, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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