It sounds like Ubisoft is experimenting with Far Cry for Call of Duty: Warzone
Ubisoft is working on not one, but two new Far Cry games.The first one is somewhat predictable Far Cry 7, but the second one is fun as a standalone multiplayer take on traditional single-player (and more recently co-op) shooters. Kotaku claims that Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot mentioned the two future games during an internal company meeting.
With Ubisoft actively making Far Cry games over the years, Far Cry 6 Released in late 2021, a new game you’ve probably been expecting is just around the corner. However, these new games may be further along than you think.Kotaku Report an article (opens in a new tab) Ubisoft is apparently switching from the Dunia engine to Snowdrop for the new game. Snowdrop is the technology powering both The Division game and Ubisoft’s upcoming Star Wars game.
although insider game (opens in a new tab) It’s also been reported that the two titles were originally born out of an idea, which we can’t confirm.although we will see Far Cry 7 Soon, given its long-term success, it will be the first game in the series to have a dedicated multiplayer game.
is that you in war zone
Similar to products from Activision war zone As a stand-alone multiplayer battle royale game, Ubisoft appears to be heading down the path of serving multiplayer games in real-time as separate entities from their campaign stories.
in my short playing career Far Cry 6, I can find clues to the battle royale. The vehicles left around the map, the island biomes, and the plethora of guns strewn across the surface seemed just right for hundreds of players to plunge into battle to the death. While no one is saying that the multiplayer game Far Cry could be a battle royale game, judging by what I’ve played in the past, I wouldn’t be surprised.
In terms of setting Ubisoft’s battle royale game apart from the competition, I can see it being an exciting game if the developer digs into Far Cry’s long history of local wildlife and AI-inhabited camps . Maybe the last lap of the game isn’t a radioactive cloud, but a flock of angry cassowaries trying to peck you to death.
a place to rule them all
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t even a little bit tired of Far Cry games.The last time I sat down with excitement to wrestle a cult was at Far Cry 4. That is, I can play the game again in the correct position.
In 2015, a poll sent by Ubisoft to Far Cry fans was forwarded to european player (opens in a new tab), where he rounded up every possible fan-favorite spot. While Ubisoft mentioned vampires and dinosaurs in this poll, the best suggestion I’ve seen is for the next game in the series to head to a remote corner of Alaska. It’s a place where I can get up, turn on my computer, and fight angry cultists for it.
While information on the next Far Cry game is still scant, single-player multiplayer could be the exciting change the series needs to make to give it a new look and reinvigorate fans like me. If you combine that with a place as morbid as Alaska, then I probably have no choice but to jump back into the trippy world of Far Cry.