Far Cry 5 Glitches and Funny Moments - Boomer Goes Flying

Far Cry 5 Glitches and Funny Moments - Boomer Goes Flying

Take a look at some of the funniest Far Cry 5 glitch videos, showcasing some bizarre bugs.

In my review, I noted that Far Cry 5 is a playground of destruction. Ubisoft combines a vast digital recreation of Montana, a variety of available tools, and a number of AI systems to create a strange mix of humor and horror. If you put any time into the game, you'll eventually find a cool moment or a crazy bug that'll have you smiling.

Far Cry games tend to be perfect for catching amusing moments, especially in a world where you can record PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC clips at the press of a button. Anytime something happens, it's easy for players to capture these odd bits of humor and upload something for everyone to enjoy.

Far Cry 5 Glitches and Funny Moments

If you're not playing Far Cry 5 yet, you might be missing out. So here are a few clips for your Monday morning, giving you a feeling of what the game is all about. (Scroll slowly, as Reddit videos auto-play.)

Why Would You Do That To a Good Dog?

Boomer is a good boy who's always by your side, which means when something goes horribly wrong, he can get caught in the crossfire. Watch as the angry fist of physics god and player error meet the cute face of dog.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work, Sometimes

One of the best parts of Far Cry 5 is that the entire game is playable in cooperative mode. At any time you can connect with a friend and go cause mayhem in Hope County. Of course, the issue here is those bugs don't necessarily go away. Here's some weirder moments in coop play.

Anything You Can Kill, He Can Stealth Kill Better

If you haven't heard of StealthGamerBR before, as the moniker suggests, this is a player who is all about stealth. But not the kind of stealth that happens when you or I play video games. No, what StealthGamerBR does is akin to magic: a deep understanding of various games' systems to the point that they set up these huge chains of rapid stealth kills. The channel has focused on games like Dishonored, Hitman, Metal Gear Solid 5, and Far Cry 4 in the past, but over the Easter weekend a Far Cry 5 video went live.

Stand back and watch a master at work.

Fear the Turkey

On the Far Cry 5 patch notes for launch day, there's a somewhat cryptic sentence that simply says, "Turkey was too powerful". You meet the turkey early on in the game and while you may be worried about bears and cougars, the turkey is a real demon. These tiny birds are highly aggressive and even after the patch are still hardier than they probably should be. Here's one player versus a turkey that won't give up.

Watch Out For Cougars, Too

While much of Far Cry 5 has the player facing down the Project at Eden's Gate cult, the wilds of Montana are still host to a number of creatures that can make your life hell. Especially if you're doing one thing, only to have an animal attack you mid-movement. One player takes on a cult truck, only for a cougar to screw everything up.

Players Vs. Planes

In Far Cry 5, one ever-present threat are plane patrols. These cult pilots will spot you from high above and go on strafing runs just to annoy you. With some precision shooting though, you can take out the pilot, bringing down the plane immediately. Here's a few players doing just that.

You're Supposed to Save Civilians

You will find that the cult takes hostages in Far Cry 5 and as the only person with any drive in Hope County, it's up to you to rescue them. In some cases, you have to be quiet or the cult will kill those they've taken. In other situations, things don't quite go your way.

Drugs Are Good

There are two drugs in the game called The Fast and The Furious. (Get it?) One increases the player's movement speed, while the other increases melee attack power. When combined with a melee weapon like a bat or shovel, the results speak for themselves.

Physics Are Bad

Like many other open-world games, sometimes the complex interaction of physics-based objects means things just… go awry. Here's one example of everything just going completely pear-shaped in terms of physics.

Shake That Booty

There are enemies called Angels in the game who are so tripped out on the drug Bliss that they can't feel pain. Here's one Angel… having a meal? Dancing? I don't really know what's going on here other than a great random bug.

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Mike Williams

Reviews Editor

M.H. Williams is new to the journalism game, but he's been a gamer since the NES first graced American shores. Third-person action-adventure games are his personal poison: Uncharted, Infamous, and Assassin's Creed just to name a few. If you see him around a convention, he's not hard to spot: Black guy, glasses, and a tie.

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