Far Cry 5: Dead Living Zombies

Ubisoft

Weak Man
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51
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Based on 9 critic reviews
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Far Cry 5: Dead Living Zombies

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Based on 9 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

51

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0%

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Based on 9 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 27, 2018
Xbox OneAug 27, 2018
PCAug 27, 2018

Publisher: Ubisoft

Genre: First-Person Shooter

Team up with a friend and fight your way through ravenous zombie hordes in 7 thrilling cinematic scenarios.

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Atomix

58 / 100
Atomix

Dead Living Zombies practically closes the content for Far Cry 5. From now on, you can only find new levels made by the community in the Arcade Mode. As an individual chapter, I think it doesn't live up to the quality of the main campaign. The first minutes where fun, but the novelty runs out quickly. On the other side, I consider that with the three DLCs you now have a package full of fun and variety that goes from a good main story campaign to extra episodes that take place on Vietnam, Mars and another one fighting zombies.

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GameWatcher

5 / 10.0
Chris Capel

The final DLC expansion for Far Cry 5 is dead on arrival

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TechRaptor

4 / 10.0
Samuel Guglielmo

With very little going for it, Far Cry 5: Dead Living Zombies closes out Far Cry 5's Season Pass with a third and final stinker.

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GamingBolt

7 / 10.0
GamingBolt

Living Dead Zombies, then, is pretty much what you would have expected it to be if you've played Far Cry 5's last two DLCs. Just like its two predecessors, this final piece of DLCs for Ubisoft's massive open world shooter doesn't really leverage the base game's biggest strengths, but it provides a unique flavour of experience of its own. It's a little bit on the shallow side and can be a bit repetitive, but it's definitely not unenjoyable.

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