In what might be the most revealing teaser in gaming hype history, Ubisoft has just tossed up a trailer that spoils the end of Far Cry 5 (guess I should have finished that by now) and hypes a new Far Cry something or other coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC.
As for the teaser trailer below opens with a picturesque farm and a voiceover saying "none of us were ready for the end". That means new weapons, new vehicles and new characters, all of which have been worn down by the new world order after the fallout. Let us know. We sure are!
Whatever the case, Ubisoft will be revealing its new Far Cry game at The Game Awards tomorrow night, 6th December. In the interim, Ubisoft has published a brief teaser giving us a glimpse of the game's post-apocalyptic theme.
So yeah, a Far Cry spin-off or perhaps sequel seems to be on the horizon. This would appear to be a post-apocalyptic Far Cry, complete with scrappy survivors.
It starts out on a shot of a barn, which somewhat resembles the rural American setting of this year's Far Cry 5.
Interesting stuff! The bucolic country setting seen at the beginning of the trailer strongly suggests the next Far Cry will take place on an atom-bomb-altered version of Far Cry 5'sMontana map. The years of rain and the howling winds gave way to blue skies and a new world in bloom.
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