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Far Cry Primal enables players to fulfill their power fantasies of riding a saber tooth tiger, running with the mammoths, and proving that sticks and stones really can break bones. While we found that it didn’t have the strongest narrative, there were still story missions and a few endings to the small character arcs that crop up throughout the journey.
Be warned, from here forward there are major spoilers for Far Cry Primal. If you don’t want to be spoiled, turn away now. If you haven’t read our SPOILER FREE review, you should click here to go check it out.
As usual, we’re featuring a related picture as the great divide between you and the cave painting that reveals everything about the end of Far Cry Primal.
Far Cry Primal has an open mission structure, meaning that everything can be done in almost any order. While it makes the overall narrative lack strength or cohesion, each arc does have an ultimate conclusion, including the finishing off Batari and Ull, and resolving conflicts with people in the Wenja village.
First up, we’re looking at the death of Ull, leader of the cannibalistic Udam. His ending ties closely in to the post credits scene that we’ve got further down, so make sure you watch this one to understand that final scene.
Far Cry Primal Udam Ending – Death of Ull
Next up is talking to Dah, the Udam warrior that is brought to the Wenja village. He has one final request for Takkar before the game finishes out.
Far Cry Primal – Dah’s Final Request
Here’s how Far Cry Primal ends. If you’re underwhelmed ...