A new year brings new possibilities, Ubisoft seems keen already at asking players what setting would they want in a new upcoming Far Cry game.
This snippet of interesting news came from players that forwarded the questions on to Eurogamer . The poll asked players to select their three preferred locations for a possible Far Cry follow-up. Here’s the full list of potential places:
- A Far Cry game in remote Alaska about surviving extreme wilderness
- A Far Cry game in a futuristic, sci-fi setting on another planet
- A Far Cry game set in the Vietnam war during the 1960s
- A Far Cry game set in the cocaine trafficking jungles of Peru
- A Far Cry game where you can fight against or join vampires
- A Far Cry game in the Spaghetti Western style set in the late 19th century Americas
- A Far Cry game that is set during a zombie outbreak
- Blood Dragon 2: A sequel to Blood Dragon with more Rex Power Colt
- A Far Cry game set in a Mad Max style post-apocalyptic world
- A Far Cry game in the present day on a Jurassic Park style island of dinosaurs
- A Far Cry game based on the world of Shangri-La from Far Cry
It’s good to see that majority of them are weird yet interesting choices, with some being clichés. This is a bit concerning as will the game only be carried by its new setting. We know ubisoft likes the idea of keeping the game mechanically similar with the previous, only to add minor changes or tweaks. Still the prospect of a sequel to Blood Dragon is appealing and should be already up their list.
Happy new year to all our readers, I hope we can get more news, reviews and editorial content for you this upcoming year. We are working hard and trying our hardest with just a small group as we are, but I expect we will get better and maybe readers can indulge into civilized discussion in our comment section.
Videos are better to showcase games, but I personally consider the written media better at interacting with your readers as you can be more flexible and may be easier to convey your opinion on a title without having to think on the visuals.