Far Cry Goes Warzone: Ubisoft Reveals Plans for a New Battle Royale Game
Ubisoft, the renowned French video game publisher, has announced plans to integrate a battle royale mode into the Far Cry series. This would make Far Cry the latest in a long line of major triple-A games to include a battle royale mode.
The battle royale mode, which is similar to Call of Duty's Warzone, will be set in a large map where players will fight to be the last one standing. Players will have access to a wide array of weapons and items that can be used to gain an advantage in combat. Additionally, the mode will feature a variety of vehicles and gadgets that can be used to traverse the map quickly.
According to Ubisoft, the battle royale mode will have its own exclusive story and characters. It will also feature unique gameplay mechanics, such as the ability to craft weapons and items on the fly. The mode will also include a new online cooperative mode, allowing players to team up and tackle missions together.
Ubisoft has not yet revealed when the new battle royale mode will be released, but it is expected to arrive sometime this year. The mode is also expected to be free-to-play, meaning that players won't have to buy the full game in order to play.
With its new battle royale mode, Ubisoft is hoping to bring a new level of excitement to the Far Cry franchise. The mode is sure to be a hit with fans of the series, as well as those who are looking for a new experience in the ever-growing genre of battle royale games.