Ubisoft has confirmed the release date for the Arabic localization of Far Cry 5. This is the first time Far Cry has received an official Arabic localization and release in the Middle East. The game will be out worldwide on March 27th but those who are interested in playing it in Arabic language will have to wait until April 10. The delayed release date is also similar to the case that happened with Assassin’s Creed Origins.
According to the official Ubisoft PR, the reason for the delay is to meet the top quality standards of Ubisoft and has nothing to do with its localization.
The revised release date will help ensure that the Arabic version of Far Cry 5 meets Ubisoft’s top quality standards and is in no way related to its localization.
Far Cry 5 is the next mainline Far Cry game after Far Cry 4 released in 2016. It is a full open world game set in a fictional location in America and tackles some of the more controversial subject matter surrounding the country. It also features full co-op support for its campaign so if you have a friend, you can complete the whole story in co-op. This makes it the first time a Far Cry game has offered co-op campaign.
Far Cry 5 is set to launch on March 27 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC while it will release in Middle East and North Africa on April 10.