20 thoughts on “So is it worth pirating?”

  1. yes. very kino, fun game. everyone is always bitching about "muh politics" but its really straight forward fuck the evil dictator Cuba type game. trumps mad though because they associate the word fascist with themselves now

  2. Not really, if you want to play a Far Cry game, play 3 or 2. Plays the same but there is no (((politics))) and retarded le funny randomness.

  3. I got played it on Uplay+, and it’s the first Far Cry I’ve played since 3. The shooting feels clunky, and the enemies are braindead and barely react to your bullets. Every weapon feel like they fire blanks, and the exploration sucks. Didn’t even get off the first island before quitting. Oh, and the writing is awful. I only read genre fiction, and still cringe when I read Ubishit writing.

  4. Yes, if by pirating you mean plundering every store and stealing all of the physical copies of the game, which will lead to financially destroying chudsoft. Otherwise, no

      • I could do the math and point out why a complete loss of physical sales would be financially devastating for a company that’s already financially struggling, but I can’t be bothered to care about some underage

          • Lol agreed. He wanted to give a shit, but realized it takes a couple minutes of effort and decided to go back to wiping off the dorito dust from his dick

          • >makes retarded, easily falsifiable statement
            >shocked that nobody wants to engage with his retardation
            every single time

          • >https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/05/14/2033699/0/en/UBISOFT-REPORTS-FULL-YEAR-2019-20-SALES-AND-EARNINGS-FIGURES.html

            Non-digital "net bookings" (net revenues) account for roughly 20% of sales. That’s 250m EUR or roughly 290 million U.S. dollars. In 2020, Ubisoft was already down nearly 400m EUR year-over-year from 2019 earnings report to 2020. Losing physical sales of all their games would account for a nearly 18.8% loss of revenue according to their 2020 revenue numbers which was 1.8b EUR. In other words, a crippling loss by any standard metric

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