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Some gamers found an incredibly clever Easter egg that lets you beat “Far Cry 4,” the latest open world adventure in the popular “Far Cry” series, at the very beginning of the game.
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We first saw this Easter egg over at Digital Trends, and it”s really quite clever. At the beginning of the game, your character is bringing his father”s ashes toKyrat, a fictional countryset in the Himalayas. But on his bus ride into the country, his bus gets stopped by a crew run by the local warlord, Pagan Min, the chief antagonist of “Far Cry 4.”
Pagan Min brings you back to his compound, where he offers you food. But soon, Pagan Min takes a phone call and leaves the room, which letsyou take control of your character for the first time.
You”ll be tempted to leave the room andexplore the area.But if you stay in that room for 13 minutes — you can walk around, look at the scenery, etc. — Pagan Min will return from his phone call, thank you for your patience, explain his connection to you and your family (which you wouldn”t learn otherwise until later in the game), and the credits will roll.
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That”s it, you”ve beaten “Far Cry 4.”
What”s great about this Easter egg is that it”s not a glitch; you aren”t gaming the system at all, this was all designed by the developers at Ubisoft. And it also lets you complete an otherwise violent game without engaging in any violence at all. You don”t need to kill anybody or do anything special. You just need to sit and wait.
If you want to see the Easter egg in action, check out the video below. It happens around the 9:35 spot.
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