Ubisoft seems to be teasing a Far Cry 5 follow-up

Post-apocalyptic Far Cry to be unveiled tomorrow

Post-Apocalyptic Far Cry Teased By Ubisoft, Reveal Coming Thursday

It's worth noting that none of the branding or wording in this trailer specifically mentions Far Cry 5.

Ubisoft has announced that it will reveal the next Far Cry game at the Video Game Awards 2018 later today. That means new weapons, new vehicles and new characters, all of which have been worn down by the new world order after the fallout.

What can I play it on? . In the interim, Ubisoft has published a brief teaser giving us a glimpse of the game's post-apocalyptic theme. Clutching what looks like a make-shift, saw-slinging crossbow, the sullen protagonist appears to be roaming around an incredibly cheery and picturesque post-apocalyptic landscape. This year, it looks like viewers will be treated to the reveal of a brand new Far Cry experience.

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Plus, it's not hard to imagine an ending to Far Cry 5 where the Elder's Gate cult get their hands on a nuclear bomb, and do the unthinkable.

This will also be the first Far Cry game to be a direct sequel to the last. It shows a few familiar locations, as it seems to mirror the original cover art for Far Cry 5 - the church on the left, especially. Will it a standalone expansion like Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon?

The teaser trailer for the next game talks about how an explosion caused death and "The flames devoured everything" but eventually "years of rain and howling winds gave way to blue skies and a new world in bloom".

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