Ubisoft has released a new set of “Cult Vignette” trailers for Far Cry 5, and several publications have gone up with new gameplay videos.
In an effort to take back Hope County from the Project at Eden’s Gate, players must enlist citizens, or animals, across Montana who will help form a resistance. These citizens include Nick Rye, Grace Armstrong, Boomer, Jess Black, Hurk, Adelaide Drubman, and Sharkey Boshaw, as well as Boomer, “The Good Boy.”
Far Cry 5 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 27.
Watch the trailers below.
Cult Vignette: Faith Seed
Once you fall under Faith’s spell you can’t escape. As Joseph’s voice, Faith acts as a divine instrument of chaos to keep the congregation in a state of bliss.
Cult Vignette: Jacob Seed
“Preparedness through pain” is Jacob’s mantra. As the Cult’s recruiter and a former Army marksman, big brother Seed’s main duty is protecting the Project at Eden’s Gate.
Cult Vignette: Joseph Seed
Joseph became the leader of the Project at Eden’s Gate after he heard a Voice whisper to him, telling him that the world was headed for a Great Collapse. The voice gave Joseph a single directive: “Save as many as you can. Whether they want to be saved or not.
Cult Vignette: John Seed
John’s doctrine is “The Power of Yes.” As the reaper for Eden’s Gate, John will use intimidation and even violence to secure resources vital to the Cult’s survival. Anyone who tries to interfere with the cult will face a merciless death…Unless of course, John has another use for them.
Mayhem in the Mountains
It’s time to visit a new region of Hope County: the Whitetail Mountains, a rugged land of trees, ziplines, and tons of opportunities to snipe cultists and blow stuff up. Montana’s mountain country is a paradise for stealthy players, with plenty of forests to hide in and wingsuit-friendly cliffs for getting the drop on enemies, and it’s home to some of the toughest people you’ll meet in Far Cry 5.