Game progress in co-op sessions

The makeup of Far Cry 5 is open-world and the narrative is dynamic and unfolds depending on how players progress in the game. To preserve the uniqueness of each player's experience, the team decided that in co-op, the world progression is only saved for the Host (the player who invited another player into their session).

In detail, this means that any progress related to the world of Far Cry 5 is not shared. Only the hosting player will receive and retain progress for: 
- the story of the game
- discovered locations
- unlocked doors
- Prepper Stashes found
- Resistance Points

More items will become available in in-game shops once the resistance grows stronger, which is represented by Resistance Points in the game. Joining players will not receive Resistance Points; this means that item unlocks based on Resistance Points will not carry over to the joining players' own game after the co-op session. 

However, any personal progress joining players make during co-op sessions will be retained once they return to their own game. This includes: 
- Perk Points 
- Challenge Progression
- Perks Unlocked
- In-game money (from looting NPCs, exploring the world and completing missions)
- Inventory Items (except Keys)
- Weapons/Attachments/Skins/Vehicles/Clothes purchased during the co-op session (with the exception of weapons with availability based on Resistance Points)
- Silvers Bars purchased during the co-op session

Another thing to keep in mind is that only the Host can interact with NPCs to start missions or hire Guns for Hire

If you'd like to learn how to set up a co-op session with your friends, take a look at this general article on co-op in Far Cry 5

If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch

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