Far Cry 4: Complete Edition To Launch This June

Explore the complete Kyrat collection June 19th.

A new “Complete Edition” of open-world action-adventure FPS Far Cry 4 has been announced by Ubisoft. The package, which includes the base game, as well as all the content from the previously available season pass, will hit UK retail June 19th, and be available on PlayStation 4 and PC systems. There’s no news on an updated release for gamers on Microsoft’s Xbox One console, or last-gen machines.


Far Cry 4’s Season Pass content includes:

  • The Syringe DLC: Players must find a rare and potent recipe before Pagan Min’s forces use it against the rebels.
  • Escape from Durgesh Prison DLC: Without anything to defend themselves with, players will have to complete a series of challenges to reach an extraction point.
  • The Hurk Deluxe Pack contains five missions and an arsenal of new weapons including “The Impaler”, Hurk’s harpoon gun.
  • Overrun DLC allows players to team up as Rakshasa or Golden Path to swarm conflict zones and overrun their opponents in maps based on Kyrat’s countryside.
  • Valley of the Yetis DLC: After crashing in the Himalayas, players must explore a new frozen landscape and discover the secrets behind a mysterious cult.

  • You can read our Far Cry 4 review here. We also wrote our thoughts on a couple of the DLC drops as they launched, and you can read about those here & here, if you wish.

    Source: Press Release.

    5 Comments

    1. Calling it a ‘Complete’ edition in the current climate is asking for trouble. Although the FC4 season pass wasn’t too expensive if I recall and had no crucial content seemingly cut from the base game.

    2. Let’s just stop buying games on release altogether.

      • I pretty much have for my ps4 due to the price and this kind of business model makes me glad I have to wait.

    3. As opposed to the incomplete edition we got a few months ago… maybe if they left this stuff in the original game it would have been half-decent.

    4. This annoys me slightly (although I am not sure it should!), as I still have the vanilla game sat unplayed in my pile of shame since Christmas – Not particularly bothered about the dlc if I am honest, but more for feeling guilty for the wife buying it & me not playing it until a ‘complete’ edition was released! Maybe she won’t notice if I don’t bring attention to it…

      But yeah, they may want to call it something else, as calling it a ‘complete edition’ does leave a bit of a bad taste in the mouth.

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