8 Things You Need to Know from Ubisoft's E3 2017 Show

From 'Assassin's Creed Origins' to new multiplayer pirate game 'Skull & Bones' and a mobile 'South Park' spin-off game

Far Cry 5

Far Cry 5 has somehow emerged as one of the most controversial games in the world thanks to its dystopian vision of rural, racist America. The public got their first taste in a trailer at Ubisoft’s press conference to find… well, that it looks a whole lot like Far Cry. Yes, you’re taking down a far-right cult of Christian fundamentalist weirdos, but you’re doing so by tagging dudes with binoculars and running them over with tractors. The Far Cry pandemonium is still in place, now with a heavy dosage of Dukes of Hazard hijinx. If you’re hoping for a solemn meditation on American Carnage, you might be looking at the wrong game.

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