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TOPIC: Far Cry New Dawn Essentially Reuses Far Cry 5's Map

Far Cry New Dawn Essentially Reuses Far Cry 5's Map 3 months, 4 weeks ago #2311

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Set 17 years after the closing events of Far Cry 5 which saw nuclear bombs lay waste to Hope County, you fill the role of a nameless captain tasked with helping rebuild society and fighting the Highwaymen, a gang of bandits hell-bent on taking control of what's left in the fallout. In typical Far Cry fashion, the cannon fodder grunts you fight in the game are led by a central villain or villains in New Dawn's case, with twins Mickey and Lou. While both exhibit personalities similar to that of previous titles'sociopathic villains, the pair don't feel quite as menacing or as three-dimensional as earlier starring foes. More often than not, it feels as though they're just hitting familiar beats in the formula, which mostly revolve around delivering monologues, getting up in your face, and viciously killing a person or two in front of you.

When it comes to video game villains, the Far Cry franchise knows how to put on a show. The problem, however, is the shows do not last very long. Every new game introduces intriguing, unique characters that never truly step into the spotlight they deserve. Sadly, the latest entry in the franchise is no exception. Far Cry New Dawn introduces the twins, Mickey and Lou. When first introduced, they greet players with a typically violent display and engaging dialogue that fans of the franchise are familiar with. However, they are different from other Far Cry villains in that they have each other, creating an intriguing on-screen dynamic. What makes the dynamic so fascinating is that Mickey is not as evil as Lou. Best and Cheapest FCND Credits For Sale -

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The game, at least, has an interesting take on its post-apocalyptic setting. Instead of the usual dark and drab ruined landscapes, New Dawn's environment is vastly populated by lush flora and fauna, which helps provide a sense of identity in the steadily growing list of titles centered around the end of the world. The biggest disappointment with Far Cry New Dawn is the developer did not expand upon this idea further. If the game had been longer, the twins could have had more screen time to better explore their relationship and the issues their conflicting values might present in a position of power. Instead, New Dawn chooses to invest play time in revisiting Far Cry 5 villain Joseph Seed, also known as The Father.
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