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Ubisoft France Teases Something Far Cry 3 Related

Ubisoft France Teases Something Far Cry 3 Related”

Ubisoft also invites players to follow the Instagram profile of the company, using artwork taken right from Far Cry 3.

We don't know yet whether there will be a dedicated conference as usual for Ubisoft games at E3 2017, but we'll let you in case any such event is officially confirmed. "Does that remind you of something?:P" A similar image also appeared on Facebook.

Ubisoft's Far Cry is one of the longest running video gaming franchise's out there, with the latest installment Far Cry Primal getting a lukewarm response at the very best. Will we see Vaas again?

Far Cry 3 was originally released back in 2012.

Ubisoft seems to be teasing fans with. something to do with Far Cry 3. Many gamers including myself absolutely loved that character and believe that he didn't play a big enough role in the original game. To be honest, that seems like the least exciting route Ubi could go, and a prequel story or remaster seem more likely. The fact that Ubisoft is sending out these teases on multiple social channels means that they want people talking, and an official reveal or announcement should be coming soon, if not imminently.



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