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Post by Eorl @ 11:04am 21/11/12 | 2 Comments
Ubisoft has revealed a new trailer depicting the multiplayer side of their upcoming open-world action game Far Cry 3. The separate mode will give players something different to the single player mode, with a more refined focus on teamplay and survival.

Multiplayer will include two different modes: Firestorm and Transmission, each with their own playstyle and maps. The multiplayer will also include team support weapons like Barrel Bombs that burn enemies alive, Psyche Gas that disorientates an enemy and Battle Cries that boost certain stats.

Check it out below for an overview of what to expect from the explosive multiplayer.

Far Cry 3 will be available for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 30th.






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badfunkstripe
Posted 11:54am 21/11/12
Looks like it could be good. Too bad it's peer to peer and will never be played.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 11:54am 21/11/12
Looks good. Too bad no dedicated servers. Final move looks gay and a waste of time though.
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