Far Cry 5 anyone?


#1

Has anyone here tested out Far Cry 5? I am sure it won’t have any issues in running it since requirements are met, but AC Origin doesn’t run on liquidsky vm yet, so I am wondering if Far Cry 5 is


#2

In the case of AC:O the only issue is drivers at the moment- probably the same thing will happen with Far Cry 5. New GPU should ship with the driver update as well, which is coming Soon™. I know it’s a long time coming, but it will hopefully be worth the wait :slight_smile:


#3

Soon™

Yall pulling that Blizzard™ card, I see. Hope we get that upgrade soon :slight_smile:


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#4

I tried it today and it works. I only played for 10 minutes


#5

I heard it’s really well optimized. Does it work on the gamer plan?


#6

I tested out on gamer plan/pro plan on liquidsky and on ■■■■■■.
Gamer plan barely runs the game. Pro plan runs the game fine but with a noticable latency. ■■■■■■ runs the game pretty well.


#7

Let’s refrain from talking about competitors in our community. Thanks.


#8

Here is a Gameplay video link of Far Cry 5 on Liquidsky.


#9

I am also able to play it (so far with no issues) - 1h in


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#12

game works for me on Pro with no issues, 15 hours in


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#14

Far Cry 5 is amazing on LiquidSky Pro setting!

I am so impressed!


#15

It runs perfectly on Pro, that’s for sure (sadly, unplayable on Gamer).

Even though it’s pretty much the same game as FC3/4, the new setting - the US - makes it feel like an entirely new thing. And I like the fact that it’s more “serious” (yes, it is about a bunch of lynatics, but still)


#16

very good game i finished playing on LS average at 45 fps


#17

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