The Far Cry series is back with a totally different world and characters. Far Cry Primal, released two days ago, is part of the popular series but stands out for taking place in the Stone Age. The series has jumped into the past with weapons from that time and animals that help you throughout your missions.
The game is interesting for featuring the Stone Age but it gets even better when you watch a guide with Conan O’ Brien and YouTube star PewDiePie. The two appear in the latest episode of Clueless Gamer, in which Conan tries to play with the help of PewDiePie. Clueless Gamer is a series where Conan tries to play new titles. In some episodes, he brings celebrities to play with him but most of the time it’s just him and a member of the show, who gives him the details on the game and teaches him how to play.
Conan never knows where to go and what to do, so the episodes are always a great watch. The latest features him and PewDiePie, so you know it’s going to be funny.
PewDiePie is a little quiet at first but Conan quickly starts joking about the game and it gets interesting. It gets even more interesting when they call a badger. The badger becomes the third star of the episode as he starts chasing enemies and helping Conan.
PewDiePie then tells Conan to use the owl, which can fly around and attack enemies. But Conan flies straight into the wall, making everyone laugh. He finally gets to attack an enemy with an owl and then PewDiePie rides a mammoth.
Here is the latest episode of Clueless Gamer:
Far Cry Primal was released on February 23 and it takes you back to pre-historic times, with no gunplay and vehicle gameplay, which we had in past editions.
The game has received positive reviews, with Metacritic giving the Xbox One version a 78 out of 100 based on 12 reviews and the PS4 version a 76 out of 100 based on 55 reviews. IGN gave the game a 7.9/10.
Far Cry Primal is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The PC version will be available on March 1.
What do you think about this episode? Have you played Far Cry Primal? If so, what do you like or dislike about it? Let us know in the comments.