Far Cry 3 Glitches: We Blame the Drugs

It may be one of the best games of the year, but it's not without a few glitches.

by on 3rd Dec, 2012

Far Cry 3 Glitches

Far Cry 3 Glitches

Far Cry 3 is set to be one of the best first person shooters released this year, and in spite of its sheer quality, the game's managed to slip beneath the radar—dominated mostly by Halo 4 and Black Ops 2. I would personally argue that Far Cry 3 is a better game than the aforementioned titles, but that's the topic of another article altogether.

As it was with previous Far Cry titles, player freedom is the game's strongest core element. Players can essentially wander throughout the entire map in total freedom, kill almost whomever they want, and use any number of strategies to accomplish their goals. The number of strategic permutations offered by the game are essentially limitless. 

With that limitlessness and vastness of the game's world come bugs and glitches, because no number of QA testers could possibly discover and fix all of the problems in a game as big as Far Cry 3. It goes without saying that the team at Ubisoft did an incredibly commendable job for catching as many bugs as they did—but a few remain.

As such, we've decided to showcase the game's existing bugs, if only for some laughs. Click on the next slide to begin. 

Paralyzed Enemy
Walking Through the Wall
Dancing Glitch
A Glitch in the Intro
Waterfall Wall Glitch
Citra's Temple Glitch
Floating Gun Glitch
Wingsuit Glitch
No Sky Glitch
Hang Glider Glitch
Physics Defying Car Glitch
Dancing Broom Glitch
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