Far Cry 5 will ship with Corsair lighting integration

This support will ship with Corsair's unified software on March 27th

Far Cry 5 will ship with Corsair lighting integration

Far Cry 5 will ship with Corsair lighting integration

Corsair has announced plans to release a "unified" software utility to control their RGB keyboards, Mice, Headsets, Fans and case lighting, bringing all of their RGB devices under a single banner. This software will release on March 27th and will come with support for game-specific profiles, which can react to specific events to increase immersion. 

Ubisoft will be partnering with Corsair to deliver the software's first game lighting integration, allowing your PC to react to situations during combat, driving or even during minigames like fishing. The game will come with more than 35 potential lighting interactions at launch. 

Below is a comment from Corsair's CEO Andy Paul, who considers their partnership with Ubisoft a "key milestone" for the company. 

     We’re delighted to partner with Ubisoft to offer CORSAIR customers this new level of immersion, with one of the year’s most anticipated new games, Working with a AAA publisher such as Ubisoft is a key milestone for CORSAIR, as we work to offer more benefits for our dedicated customers.


Far Cry 5 will ship with Corsair lighting integration 

Over time Corsair plans to update their unified RGB utility to support a larger number of products, potentially uniting all Corsair software under a single banner in time.   

Between March 23rd and April, 30th Corsair plans to ship copies of Far Cry 5 with select RGB purchases from the Corsair web store when users spend over $150. At this time it is unknown if this offer will apply to regions outside of the US. 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's Far Cry 5 lighting partnership with Ubisoft on the OC3D Forums

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02-03-2018, 11:30:18


02-03-2018, 12:56:24

This is just the most worthless thing Corsair have ever doneQuote

02-03-2018, 13:34:08

Corsair actually started doing this some time ago, Same as Razer, Certain games change the colour scheme of your keyboard.

Diablo 3 for example, Highlights only the keys used and flashes the keyboard in a wave of gold when a legendary drops so if you miss it on screen your keyboard lets you know.

I thought for something like that it was a cool little feature.Quote

05-03-2018, 05:33:47

Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
This is just the most worthless thing Corsair have ever done
Ssssshhhhhh, this is awesome!

Logitech does that as well with the G910 keyboard and G633 headset; maybe more products, but those are the ones I have/had.

In GTAV the color changes depending on the character you're playing and the F-keys blink in red/blue when you're chased by the police.

In Killing Floor 2, the color changes to a deep red that turns grey while Zedtime is active or green when you're healed and when you press ready up before a match.

Not sure if Logitech's the force behind that or if the devs simply say "hey, let's include that!", but I like it. It's unnecessary, but still cool.Quote

05-03-2018, 06:13:50

Alienware have been doing this for the past 12 years lol. Ever since they had active lighting.

Unfortunately very few games work with it.Quote

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