"Far Cry New Dawn" takes the "Far Cry 5" environment and puts it - and its survivors - through a post-apocalyptic wringer.
Will a fresh new setting get people really excited about a Far Cry game again? Join fellow survivors and lead the fight against the unsafe new threat the Highwaymen, and their ruthless leaders The Twins, as they seek to take over the last remaining resources.
Build up your home base and recruit specialists to upgrade it as you unlock all-new features.
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Whether it is a sequel to Far Cry 5 is not yet certain, what is, however, is that the game will be post-apocalyptic.
- For the first time in Far Cry, the adventure is not just local. Especially since it is set in the same place as Far Cry 5. Here you can heal wounded Guns or Fangs for Hire, store your favourite vehicles in the Garage, and gather intel to work out your next target.
Before getting too excited, let's wait until The Game Awards tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST to see what Ubisoft has to say.
There are two main antagonists in Far Cry New Dawn - siblings Mickey and Lou, the twin daughters of their father and Highwaymen founder. You'll also get the chance to rate their performance. 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. We met Horatio the Boar and the adorable Timber the Akita, who looks especially cute sat beside you in a sidecar as you ride between missions.
We've yet to give it a go, but it's interesting to see Ubisoft stick to its tradition of releasing experimental titles under the Far Cry banner.