Far Cry Steam Sale saves you hundreds on the entire series
For many, the Far Cry series hasn't lived up to its expectations since its greatest days, but that hasn't kept Ubisoft's adventure franchise from being pretty legendary.
It seems as though the immense successes of Far Cry 3 and 4 have helped to keep the exploration-action series afloat, and even though it manages to prosper when it comes to fulfilling the most iconic aspect in its menacing baddies, there are those who haven't been convinced by the series so far.
There are many who haven't dipped back into Far Cry after its most popular era, who are casting aside the positives and fun that can be found in the less popular titles that Far Cry has offered. If you're one of those people and think you can be lured into the cult like Far Cry 5's Project at Eden's Gate, you're in luck.
Far Cry sale gives you the whole franchise for one low price
A new Steam sale is offering you a huge wealth of the games from the Far Cry series for a comparatively minor price, meaning that you've got the chance to try the entire series, front to back.
The new bundle courtesy of Steam allows you to play everything for a mere $54.14/£50.17, which drops more than $220/£202 from their total value.
It's a pretty impressive sale offer, especially if you're new to the series or hoping to stock up on the franchise in your Steam Library.
Which games are included in the Far Cry Steam sale?
If you want to get your hands on the full series, you'll be getting the following games:
- Far Cry
- Far Cry 2: Fortune's Edition
- Far Cry 3
- Far Cry 3 – Blood Dragon
- Far Cry 4
- Far Cry Primal
- Far Cry 5
- Far Cry New Dawn
- Far Cry 6
Unfortunately, it looks like this is just the base game and skips out on DLCs like Far Cry 5's Lost on Mars or Far Cry 6's Vaas: Insanity. Still, you can't argue with paying such a small price to enjoy a wealth of games that manage to be so different while fitting under the same umbrella.
It's certainly not a bad deal, especially for the price. If your Far Cry experience starts and ends with Vaas' madness speech, you've finally got the excuse to take the whole series for a spin.