Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Far Cry New Dawn out early next year

Far Cry New Dawn out early next year

So what comes after the nuclear fallout?

On Wednesday, Ubisoft teased a new project that looked like a follow-up to Far Cry 5's explosive ending, with a promise to reveal more tonight at The Game Awards. Based on the teaser footage, and backed up by the leaked image, Far Cry: New Dawn will be a post-apocalyptic game.

Far Cry: New Dawn will be released on February 15, 2019 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Expect to see some, but not all, of the characters you met in Far Cry 5.

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Seventeen years after a global nuclear catastrophe, civilization re-emerges from the chaos to find a world dramatically changed.

It's like we just took a trip inside the Shimmer from Annihilation. There will be a new dog, though, named Timber, and unlike Boomer he'll have the ability to actually ride around with you in vehicles. This time, the Mad Max-esque Highwaymen are the main threat you'll be facing in this new frontier. Of interest are some CO2-powered crossbows that shoot out saw blades faster than you can blink. But the game will also enable players to roam beyond Hope County in "expeditions" to other unique locations that aren't part of the open-world map. For each destination, the objective will be to grab a package containing valuable materials and then get the heck out of there. Today, it was officially unveiled: Far Cry New Dawn. With $310 million in revenue, the title marked the fastest-selling title in the franchise and the second-biggest launch for the game publisher (behind Tom Clancy's The Division). You can check out the debut trailer for the game, below.

A Facebook post from Xbox Portugal revealed that the game will be getting a demo on Friday 7th December, as well as annoucing that the game will get a Bloody Palace mode (following on from the mode's appearance in the last three games). The next game in the series, Far Cry: New Dawn, picks up where Far Cry 5's unexpected conclusion left off.

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