Relive the harrowing experience of Wendell Redler.
Today Ubisoft released the first DLC for Far Cry 5, titled Hours of Darkness. Namely, Hours of Darkness is set during the Vietnam War and follows Red as he finds and rescues his squadmates in the jungle as he fights against NVA and VC soldiers.
Hours of Darkness is playable in solo or online co-op, and features new gear and abilities as well as two different playable modes. Once you complete the story, two new modes will open up: Survivor, which makes things a lot harder by removing most of your equipment, and "Action Movie", which allows you to carry more weapons and gives players better airstrikes. As its name suggests, this is a more challenging mode that limits your loadout.
Hours of Darkness players will take on the role of Hope County's Wendell "Red" Redler from the main campaign of Far Cry 5.
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If you want to check out elements of the DLC before its release, "Vietnam-themed" assets are now available to use in the Far Cry Arcade.
You can get Hours of Darkness by itself for $12 Dollars.
Those who haven't splashed out on a season pass can get Hours of Darkness for $11.99 when it arrives in a couple of weeks.
Ubisoft has announced the next step for their latest installment in the Far Cry series, and it's taking a break from the crazed cultist and adorable animal companions to thrust players into "Hours of Darkness" with new content (see what we did there?). Later this year, Far Cry 5 players can look forward to two more DLC drops: Lost on Mars and Dead Living Zombies, which release in July and August, respectively.