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Far Cry 3
Far Cry 3

PC | PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: First Person Shooter Players: 1 to 0
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft Classification: TBC
Release Date:
29th November 2012
Far Cry 3

Genre: First Person Shooter
Players: 1 to 0
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft
Classification: TBC
Release Date:
29th November 2012
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In this savage paradise where lawlessness and violence are the only sure thing, players will dictate when, where and how the events of the game unfold. Players will slash, sneak, detonate and shoot their way across the island in a world that has lost all sense of right and wrong.

Key Features
  • Unique and fully realised world:
    The island of Far Cry 3 will drop the player into a rich and stunningly well-realized environment, full of intriguing characters to meet, locations to explore and explosive fights to jump into.
  • Narrative-Driven Experience:
    Alone on a tropical island, the player will have to confront the dark side of humanity. As Jason Brody, gamers will be impelled to act as he learns more about the horror and corruption that is taking place on the island.
  • Modern-Day Setting & Context:
    Far Cry 3 exists within a world of conceivable reality, where the events could have been ripped straight from the headlines of the news.
  • Environment Rich with Opportunities:
    The natural environment is a tool to be used for survival, improvising your attack or deception of the enemy. Gameplay will reflect the range of opportunities and variety only this type of environment could provide.

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