Players Will Set Foot on Himalayas Terrain In Far Cry 4

Ubisoft will release Far Cry 4 with one crucial difference. The whole game will be set in Himalayas. That means Far Cry 4 will be a big contrast compared to the past games of the series. In the past, the Far Cry games had a paradisiacal look with beautiful islands and jungles. But this time, player will set foot on a terrain with snowy mountains. While this is a heavy change, it allows Ubisoft to show you some new features like the ability to saddle up and ride elephants, according to EuroGamer.

Far Cry fans will now ask for the release date and it seems that Ubisoft won´t mention a specific date yet but they mentioned that the game will be released some day in the first half of 2015, which means it is still some time but I will report if there is an exact release date announced.

But even if the release date is far away, we will probably get some first impression already in June this year, due to the fact that Ubisoft wants to show off the game at the E3 press conference. Some people expect the game to be released for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One but it´s unsure if there will be versions for the current-gen consoles.

It´s logical that it´s a little bit too early to talk about the system requirements, but we can speculate already a little bit. So let me give a tip. I´d say that the system requirements could look like the following below…

Minimum System Requirements:

CPU: Intel Dual Core 2.4GHz or AMD Dual Core 2.8GHz
GPU: Graphics Card with at least 512 MB
RAM: Minimum of 4 GB system memory

Recommend System Requirements:

CPU: Intel Quad Core or AMD Six Core
GPU: Graphics Card with 8 GB memory
RAM: Minimum of 8 GB system memory

But as said, this is just my funny tip and we will need to wait until the time has come to mention the official system requirements.

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