Ubisoft’s newest action-adventure video game, Far Cry Primal, which is set in the Mesolithic Period, will be a single player experience only. The developers are staying true in “delivering this fantasy which required clear priorities for the team.” In Far Cry Primal, you will start the game as a pre-historic human aiming to survive the harsh environments making up tools out of things that you can find from your surroundings, hence the developers believe that it should not be a co-op experience.
Far Cry Primal’s community manager Jason Paradise posted on Steam’s forum confirming the said decision.
“We are focusing entirely on creating the best possible Far Cry experience for our fans. Bringing the Stone Age to life and providing players with a strong gameplay experience based off of the Far Cry legacy meant we had to reinvent our core gameplay loop. This was definitely not a small undertaking…Therefore, in the early stages of the project, we made the difficult choice of focusing our efforts on the single player experience.” – Jason Paradise, Community Manager
This decision, however, is giving a lot of mixed emotions to the game’s fans.
Far Cry Primal has no co op or MP? Yup. Mark that off the list of games i want to play
— Josh (@AmazinSuperHick) January 6, 2016
What is your take on Ubisoft’s decision not to have the co-op support for the game? Is it a “yay” or a “nay” for you? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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