Here Is How Far Cry 4’s Co-Op Works If You Don’t Own The Game

Remember when it was announced that you can play Far Cry 4 co-op with your friends even if you don’t have the game?  Well here’s how!

If you do not have the game, PlayStation 4 owners will be able to download a separate Far Cry 4 app that will allow them to join their friends’ games.  It will be a giant app because it includes everything in the game except the story-based missions (exclusive to single-player).

Eurogamer scored an interview with Far Cry 4 technical director Cedric Decelle, where he said that the studio is still working on adjusting co-op play to make it harder than playing by yourself.  It was also revealed that Far Cry 3’s Hurk will be the second co-op player.

Want to see some footage of what it is like to ride an Elephant in Far Cry 4? Check it out here!

Far Cry 4 is scheduled for release on November 18th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.

My Opinion:

I was curious how this would end up working when it was announced.  Honestly I think this is a very forward thinking way of doing co-op and multiplayer.  It gives people a chance to experience the game without paying for it, which could in turn lead players to buy the game themselves.  Then again, this won’t work for every game out there; especially not multiplayer-centric games.  If the game does not have a strong single-player experience, then there will inevitably be a large amount of people just downloading the free co-op and multiplayer portion of the game to only play the part they want.  It will be interesting to see how many people take advantage of this.

Courtney Osborn is MONG’s Founder and Editor in Chief.  You can follow him on TwitterTwitch, and IGN.

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