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Far Cry 5 Next-Gen Update Brings 60FPS Support to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S

Ubisoft is further commemorating Far Cry 5's 5th anniversary by offering a free-to-play weekend from March 23 to March 27.

As we have estimated yesterday, Ubisoft released the highly anticipated Update 1.18 for Far Cry 5 on March 16th, bringing native 60fps support to next-gen consoles. The update responds to the community’s requests and coincides with the game’s 5th-anniversary celebrations. The update was escorted with an official trailer embedded at the top of this article.

Far Cry 5, first released in 2018, has remained a popular title in the gaming community. To mark its 5th anniversary, Ubisoft has planned various events and updates, including the much-demanded 60fps support. This update is scheduled to roll out on March 16th for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

The introduction of native 60fps support is expected to significantly enhance the gaming experience for Far Cry 5 players on next-gen consoles. With smoother performance and improved visual fidelity, the update will provide a more immersive and enjoyable experience for fans of the franchise.

Ubisoft also commemorates Far Cry 5’s 5th anniversary by offering a free-to-play weekend from March 23 to March 27. This limited-time event allows players across Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC (Epic Game Store and Ubisoft Store) to experience the game’s captivating storyline, dynamic gameplay, and stunning visuals without any cost. The free weekend is an excellent opportunity for new players to dive into the world of Far Cry 5 and for returning players to rekindle their love for the game while enjoying the enhanced performance from the native 60fps support on next-gen consoles.

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