I recorded my Far Cry Primal Gameplay experience to share with everybody how awesome this game is.
Far Cry Primal is a game series always known for innovation and exploration. The shooting in this particular series is very impressive and the gameplay is action packed all the time. This time though, Far Cry Primal takes us, as the name suggests, to a prehistoric time where you need to battle mammoths and other magnificent creatures like that.
The game does a very good job when it comes to putting you face to face with these challenges very fast. There is a lack of weapons which might be problematic for some players, but then again that’s exactly what makes the game so immersive and fun to begin with.
The ability to tame animals is nice here as most of them are ferocious and they will help you explore the world in a much better fashion which is exactly what you want to have in the first place.
You do need to expand your regular region and gain more territory but there will always be new enemies that you have to engage. That’s understandable, but it does show you how much content you have here. You can indeed feel like a primal fighter since there are so many interesting places for you to check out here. Some of them are simple while others are a lot more challenging to begin with. The game does an amazing job when it comes to providing you with a sense of exploration and exposure. It’s not easy to access this type of experience in games nowadays and that’s exactly what makes Far Cry Primal so good to begin with.
Fighting large animals like the mammoth is a sheer delight and it can also be a massive challenge to begin with. There will be problems as you play but the more you experience the game the harder it will be for you to put it down. It’s safe to say that there are challenges here and there as a whole, but the title does a very good job when it comes to bringing in great missions to begin with.
The color palette in the game could be better, but I found it to be suitable for the experience. The character design is nice and everything does seem very accurate to the time period, which is exactly what you might want in the first place.
It’s important to note that the gameplay opportunity here is very immersive and the attention to detail offered to each portion of the prehistoric life is definitely worth it. I particularly liked the fact that the missions are diverse and the story is pretty good as well, albeit a little cliché at times. I like the great focus on having a very good experience here and the fact that you have multiple crafting items does bring a Far Cry 3 and 4 vibe to begin with. Either way, Far Cry Primal is a ton of fun and I do recommend it for any player that wants to experience Far Cry in all of its glory.
This prehistoric setting might not be for everyone, but the experience is really nice and that’s what really pushes the ball when it comes to accuracy and great gameplay!
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