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Far Cry
Far Cry

PC
Genre: First Person Shooter Players: 1 (2 to 32 Online)
Developer: Crytek Official Site: http://www.crytek.com/games/...
Publisher: Ubisoft Classification: MA15+
Friday, 10 January 2014
Post by Eorl @ 11:08am 10/01/14 | 2 Comments
In celebration of their 10-year anniversary of the Far Cry franchise, Ubisoft has today revealed the Wild Expedition bundle that is sure to get your exploration taste buds wet with anticipation.

The complete compilation is sure to get your nostalgia goggles foggy with the inclusion of Far Cry Classic, Far Cry 2, Far Cry 3 and Far Cry 3's standalone retro DLC Blood Dragon. The bundle is expected to hit stores on February 13th for last gen consoles and PC, though you can also expect digital versions at the same time.
Each Far Cry game included in the Wild Expeditions compilation offers a unique storyline and setting that will keep gamers playing for many hours and experiencing the expansive open world beauty, original narrative and the memorable characters combined with Far Cry’s classic FPS gameplay.
The bundle is priced at $59.95 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, with PC players getting a copy at $49.95. In addition to the anniversary bundle, Ubisoft also announced that Far Cry Classic will be available on February 13th as a standalone downloadable title for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 so keep your eyes peeled.
Wednesday, 26 November 2003
Post by trog @ 12:08pm 26/11/03 | 16 Comments
I recently had the opportunity to duck over to the USA and preview the anticipated Far Cry, currently being developed by German studio Crytek. The press event consisted of some hands-on time, which gave me an opportunity to check out both the single player and multiplayer facets of the game. I also got the chance to chat to some of the developers, which was great - they're all extremely into their game and were really fun to talk to.

Check out the first part of the two-part preview now on GameArena, along with some new screenshots that were released for the event. The second part of the preview (looking at multiplayer, the editor and more) will be up later in the week.

Update: Part 2 is now up, featuring information about vehicles, multiplayer, and more.