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'Far Cry 5' might not happen, Ubisoft affected by criticisms

By Daniela Lozano / 2017.05.12
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Ubisoft is seemingly cancelling Far Cry 5 as Director Alex Hutschinson leaves the company. Sources told that the said director were supposed to lead the pool of developers in enhancing and giving Far Cry 4 its newest version. In addition to the director's decision, the negative feedback that the fourth version received from its fans could also be one of the great factors why the cancellation happened.

"Far Cry 5" Not Happening Real Soon

According to Forbes, the criticisms that Far Cry 4 received from its users greatly affected the possibility for the FarCry 5 to be released. Sources told that the fourth version of Far Cry has issues in content originality and quality. Not just that, the game also has errors that loses the gamers' interest towards it. And with all the negative feedbacks that it has received, it was expected that the FC4 would have lower sales than the usual.

What Could Happen Next Without Far Cry 5?

On the other hand, Metro reported that, if Far Cry won't happen anymore, developers should understand the interests and the pleas of every player worldwide. It is suggested that Ubisoft should read public forums so as to keep updated with the current trend today. Not just that, some also believed that developers should formulate a game that would be aligned with the Horizon Zero Dawn's content, which is pre-historic and classic.

Moreover, Ubisoft should track its games' sales as reports revealed that there have been series of company's product that failed to meet the expectations of the gamers. These include Primal, Assassin's Creed: Revelations and Watch Dogs 2.

Other than that, the speculations regarding the FarCry 5 kept the fans tired of waiting with what could really happen in the game. Some even tagged the game as impossible to happen in reality as all rumors were not confirmed true.

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