There are also powerful enemies whose armor chips away excessive pleasure. I had the best start to level possible, but even at this stage in the late hours of play, the armored brutes can take about 30 seconds to get off. This is not fun – which is boredom.
But then there is the Beast Master skill tree, and it is the most striking change in the formula Far Cry. It allows you to tame creatures in this ancient setting, recruit them to hunt, fight, and travel with you.
Jaguars kill enemies without alerting large groups. Wolves pounce on distant archers while you close the gap. You can also mount the bear and baby mammoths, clawing and bashing your way through groups of warriors with little resistance. You can use your owl to identify the land before you, marking the most dangerous fighters and drop makeshift grenades into groups of enemies.
Learn the unique abilities of each animal and taking the time to experiment with them, it is essential to your survival. After a while, your allies predators become an extension of yourself. They become powerful weapons otherwise absent in the abrasive desert.
These capabilities are the incarnation of the Primal Forces. When using the Stone Age up to raise the fighting and strengthen the brutality of nature, it grows. It promotes giving-take relationship with the desert, give you the means to survive, but the threats that you have to overcome. This focus on primitive times can become an obstacle to certain points, with limited tools and repetitive combat, but in the end, Far Cry Primal remains true to its insensitive setting, fleshing all layers of the captivating world it creates.
Editor’s Note: Primal Far Cry is now available on PC, and after taming many wild animals, releasing outposts defended enemies, and the recruitment of more members of the tribe Wenja, it is clear that the PC version of Primal not only is the quality of its console cousins, but slightly exceeds in many ways. 60fps makes smooth brutal combat. detailed textures give a more natural look to the Stone Age environment. Far Cry setting Primal is its greatest strength, and in its most recent form on PC, it is still worth the many hours that should be explored.