It can not be said that the Far Cry series does not risk it. After the Stone Age in Primal, a five-year-old series moves into the heart of modern society - the United States, more precisely in the imaginary region of the Montana state. We can discuss whether this was a good franchise move that always took place on remote locations, but for many of us America is very exotic, so let's see how it was used as a playground for a new shootout from Ubisoft's workshop.
Hope County is divided into three parts. North abounds in mountains, on the west are plains, and the eastern part is full of rivers. It is a natural oasis where the forest environment is waiting for you. Several significant locations are scattered on the map, but just as in the previous Far Cry games, there are no big cities or urban centers here. On the other hand, Far Cry in America is not unrecognizable different from what we played earlier. You can take it as good and as a bad thing, but I think fans will be happy that the series has not lost its identity for the rest.
Far Cry 5 is not a game that can boast of a good story. And I do not think of a rich, deep story that will make you enter a study of theology or something. The least I expect from a story in this shooter is that there is a point after which I can tell how this virtual adventure was not a waste of time. Far Cry 5 has a phenomenal start, I'd say the best in the series, but later the story loses the lead and barely reaches the ending that is a bit insulting to the player. Unfortunately, Far Cry 5 joins Ubisoft's The Division, Ghost Recon Wildlands, where anti-climax in the end is the main feature.