Far Cry 5: check out the Assassin’s Creed, Beyond Good & Evil, Rainbow Six t-shirts for customising your character

By Matt Martin, Monday, 26 March 2018 11:06 GMT

Ubisoft sure likes its crossovers, and Far Cry 5 is no exception.

You can fully customise your character in Far Cry 5, to strut around Hope County in various shades of camo, brown pants and trucker caps. That’s all to be expected, of course, as the game is set in the northwest of America, and plays into all the associated cliches of the great outdoors; BBQ, duck hunts, camping, fishing, redneck bumming and alien abduction.

But you can also sport a range of t-shirts with designs based on some of Ubi’s biggest franchises; Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow Six, Far Cry itself and those charmless stupid rabbit things.

It may be a first person game so it’s not like you can see your smashing new Beyond Good & Evil t-shirt, but if you pull in a co-op partner I guess they can congratulate you on your hot new look for Spring 2018.

All of these t-shirts cost 100 Silver, which you purchase with real-world money in the Ubisoft Store. The price of Silver hasn’t gone live yet so we can’t tell you the actual price. You can also find Silver in-game when you liberate an outpost, but don’t expect to find a lot – the first outpost we liberated coughed up a measly 50 Silver.

Join the Space Monkey Program with this BG&E t-shirt.

Far Cry 3 was the best Far Cry, wasn’t it?

For Honor! Remember that?

John Seed is part of the Templar conspiracy, obviously.

Far Cry Primal was the worst Far Cry, wasn’t it?

Just looking at the Rabbids makes me irrationally angry.

Rainbow Six: Siege, the best of all Ubisoft games.

Remember that time we reviewed Watch Dogs 2 and Ubi got the right hump?

If that’s not enough crossover for you, go to the Ubisoft Store and grab the Pagan Min and Rabbids bobbleheads for your pick-up trucks. And then check out Far Cry 5 Arcade, which allows you to build your own custom missions with props and content pinched from Far Cry Primal, Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, Watch Dogs 2 and more into your game.

If you’re on the fence about Far Cry 5, our review calls it the best one in the series for a long time.

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