Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness for PC
PC - DLC, Windows

Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness

Jun 5, 2018
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This game requires the base game Far Cry 5 to play.

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Wendell Redler is more than just a Hope County resident, he’s a veteran soldier of the Vietnam War. Listen to him recount his glory days, as you travel back in time to war-torn Vietnam to take down Viet-Cong. Trapped behind enemy lines, rescue your squad mates and evacuate to safety in the first war-based far cry. You must maneuver throughout this remote valley in Vietnam, and use survival instinct and stealth to save your team and get home.

System Requirements

Recommended

Minimum

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
7.24
Vicken BJun 09, 2018
I highly recommend if you're interested in this DLC or the two other upcoming DLCs - Lost on Mars and Dead Living Zombies - the season pass costs about the same as buying two of the DLCs individually and getting the third for free. Have fun, and don't forget to thank a veteran, no matter what country you're from.
Damien GulaJun 06, 2018
Hours of Darkness explores the backstory to a minor character in the Far Cry 5 setting. While maintaining Far Cry’s exceptional gun handling, Hours of Darkness gives players a truly different way to play, much more akin to classic titles in the series. It is story light and the allied AI still troublesome, it richly delivers a lush environment to survive within. If you are looking for a Far Cry experience to play in between major titles, Hours of Darkness is worth picking up.
7.00
Daemon HatfieldJun 04, 2018
Hours of Darkness is a clever and fun but brief twist on the Far Cry formula. Its new approach to Guns for Hire AI companions gives you something other than yourself to worry about during battles, and its use of perks as a reward for stealth kills encourages my favorite style of play in an interesting way, but can bring your momentum to a screeching halt when you slip up.

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