Published: Sat, March 03, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

Far Cry 5 live-action trailer details its villain, Father Joseph

Far Cry 5 live-action trailer details its villain, Father Joseph

Whether intentional or not, Far Cry 5 draws some clear parallels to the society it has embedded itself within, which makes its new short film that much more harrowing. However, they are cranking up the marketing for the latest installment in this AAA franchise.

At a recent preview event, I got the chance to browse through the Far Cry 5 customization menu to see some of the clothing options available for the characters. Taking place in the fictional Hope County, nestled within the deep wilderness of Montana, the central character will come into conflict with Eden's Gate, a powerful and growing cult led by the charismatic Joseph Seed. As the vloggers follow the leads of missing locals and other odd events, they come face-to-face with cult leader, Joseph Seed, and the rest of the fanatical doomsday cult.

Huddersfield better prepared for Tottenham test, says…
Huddersfield are a side with heart and fight but I don't think that will be enough for them to salvage a result in this game. He will be without the injured Toby Alderweireld, whilst Jan Vertonghen is a doubt.

Normally, these kinds of promotions and gimmicks are simple throwaway films.

The short film, called Inside Eden's Gate, also features Kyle Gallner, who has appeared in American Sniper and CBGB.

School closures for snow today March 2 as Storm Emma hits UK
Gatwick Airport said due to the severe weather they are "expecting a large number of cancellations and delays to flights". Major Scottish airports saw many flights cancelled, including Glasgow which halted all routes until 11am on Thursday.

After spending some time playing the game at a Ubisoft press event in Livermore, CA-which included a crossbow range and tons of barbecue-we took some time to discuss what Far Cry 5 is setting out to do. In the meantime, you'll be able to watch Inside Eden's Gate this coming Monday on Amazon Prime Video.

The doctor is in: Uber launches new patient-shuttle service
So Uber drivers won't be able to opt into the health service the same way that they opt into Uber Eats, a food delivery service. The auto can either be sent to the patient's house, or it can pick patients up at a medical facility and take them home.

Like this: