Far Cry 4 for PlayStation 4
PS4

Far Cry 4

Nov 18, 2014
8.62
playscore
Good
184th of 6766

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

In Far Cry 4, players find themselves in Kyrat, a breathtaking, perilous and wild region of the Himalayas struggling under the regime of a despotic self-appointed king.  Using a vast array of weapons, vehicles, and animals, players will write their own story across an exotic open-world landscape.

Gamer Reviews

46044 Reviews
8.97
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brimms
8.00
Apr 30, 2021

Far Cry 4 manage to work with it's combat variety (especially with co-op) and Gorgeous but still lands flat with it's not so rootable characters and disapointing story

Apr 23, 2021

Bored...

Jul 15, 2020
Probably the best Far Cry-game for me. Really gorgeous graphics and the gaming world is so beautiful and atmospheric. I also loved to hate the main villain, and I just simply loved the overall atmosphere and the excellent game mechanics in this game. When Ubisoft makes this class of games, I just keep on loving them, and wondering why so many people love to hate them...

Critic Reviews

51 Reviews
8.27
Lee BradleyNov 24, 2014
Far Cry 4 is Far Cry 3 dialled up to eleven, with more animals, activities, missions and abilities. And while throwing more stuff at the player isn’t the perfect recipe for success, I was happy to play a richer, larger version of one of my favourite games in recent years.
Steven BurnsNov 14, 2014
And there can be no doubt. Far Cry 4 is a superb Skinner box, staving off monotony with constant upgrades, and it's so expertly crafted to appeal to baser instincts, so rewarding of you embracing them, that there's a strong chance you'll miss the broader point that all of what you're doing is utterly despotic. Like, say, a dictator might. A lot of games are about killing. Far Cry is about hunting. They're not the same thing, and it is as disquieting as it is enjoyable.
Edwin Evans-ThirlwellNov 14, 2014
The result is hard to score because, that whiff of over-familiarity aside, the failings are easy enough to side-step - all you need do is head off the Golden Path. But the best open-worlders are those that balance their emergent odds and ends against a strong narrative thrust. Without a story as breathtaking as those forested vales and icy crags, Far Cry 4 rings a little hollow, and doesn't fully achieve the spiritual heights this series is capable of.

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