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June 11, 2019

Stadia gets Ubisoft’s just-announced Uplay+ subscription

You can say what you want about Google Stadia – the company has the chance to disrupt the gaming industry and make video games more affordable for everyone. And the stars point towards a good launch as a surprisingly large number of AAA game developers jumped on the bandwagon and announced that they’re supporting the platform. Now, Google has stated that it’s also bringing Ubisoft’s brand-new $14.99 subscription service Uplay+ to Stadia in 2020.

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June 5, 2019

Far Cry Bug From 2006 Patched By Fan, Now Officially Available On GOG

Ever since the original Far Cry was updated to v1.4 back in 2006, there has been a bug that allowed enemies to see straight through tent walls. Unofficially, modders have been working around that for over a decade, but the fix is now part of an official release on GOG’s storefront.

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June 4, 2019

Fan Fix For 13-Year-Old Far Cry Bug Officially Added To The Game

The original Far Cry is a, ahem, distant weep from what the series has become under Ubisoft’s influence, but the 2004 jungle-faring adventure starring a grown man with the fashion sense of a late-1990s middle-schooler still has its fans. Since 2006, those fans have been struggling with a peculiar issue: Enemies can…

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March 29, 2019

The Art Of Far Cry: New Dawn

For a post-apocalyptic game, set after the world is turned to fire and ash, Far Cry: New Dawn sure is pretty.

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