In case there was any doubt, at least part of Far Cry 3 will take place on a tropical island. This has been completely confirmed today by a set of screens coming out of gamescom that show off leaves, sand, and water. Yup… that's a tropical island.
Far Cry 3 is set for a release in 2012, so prepare for malaria accordingly.
Raphael van Lierop, in a recent interview with USGamer, revealed that his original vision of the game would have tied all three entries in the series up to that point together.
As narrative director at Ubisoft Montreal for Fa...more
Mark IV style mutha f*ckas!
Far Cry 3's map editor was just updated to include Blood Dragon's neon packed designs. This is just for the buildings and stuff, and doesn't include the creatures like the actual Blood Dragons. The...more
NeoGAF discovered the first few handful of screenshots and concept art for Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. A couple of the screens lineup with the little bits of gameplay we got to see in the teaser video, and overall the screens ar...more
We really, really, really want Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon to be a real thing. Everything we've seen so far screams amazing. Well whatever Blood Dragon is supposed to be, the mystery continues as these three retro '80s tracks we...more
It's April Fools. This is my disclaimer stating so. Regardless, I have a pretty good feeling about this announcement being real, since an achievement list and box art leaked recently. The teaser video above is an '80s VHS th...more
Details on a Far Cry 3 downloadable expansion continue to come out. Previously hinted by lead writer Jeffrey Yohalem and Ubisoft registering rights to "Blood Dragon," we now have the juiciest details yet: An Xbox Live Arcade ...more
Far Cry 3 was one of the darlings of the gaming world in 2012 and, according to lead writer Jeffrey Yohalem, Ubisoft plans to capitalize on its popularity.
In an interview with Joystiq, Yohalem said ""Yes," I'm working o...more
In comparison to previous games, Far Cry 3 was fairly easy on the highest difficulty. Ubisoft is planning to change this with the addition of a new Master difficulty and a menu option that will reset all conquered outposts.
The latest episode of The Creators Project took a behind-the-scenes look at how Ubisoft brought life to Far Cry 3. The video goes over how Ubisoft wanted to constantly distract the player with the wealth of options available within the game. They also touched on the amount of play testing that went into designing island.more
If you've been waiting to pick up Far Cry 3, today might be a good day -- it's $34.99 as Amazon's Gold Box Deal of the Day. The sale is going on for 360, PS3, and PC, and you can opt for the physical or digital version of the...more
Poor Pagan Min. He tries ruling his regime with a positive influence, but all those terrorists are there to just, ahem, "muck" it up. Maybe his tendencies to take hostages and implement electroshock torture aren't viewed by everyone as "positive," but it's tough to argue with such a snazzy dresser.more
Bungie's grand social shooter Destiny has boiled down to an interesting and repetitive formula for a lot of players lately: fire into the darkness of a cave and hope some interesting gear drops. No world exploring, no co...more
For a trailer that boldly suggests that "power changes everything," Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare sure looks pretty similar to past installments in the franchise. I guess the guys jump higher before using their mega-de...more