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Post by trog @ 09:07am 07/06/11 | 2 Comments
Ubisoft have officially announced Far Cry 3, revealing its development for the first time at their pre-E3 2011 press conference. AusGamers was among a select few publications that were privy to a demo of the game ahead of it’s unveiling and you can find out all of their thoughts in this in-depth preview.

"We walked out of this short introduction to Far Cry 3 very excited. It looks to be taking the game back to its roots, but with more character and more flair. The island is apparently huge, and open, to boot. It’ll be interesting to see more on how the looting system helps (along the way Brody picked up random items, like Ivory or other trinkets and treasure), as well as XP. From first glance, it would seem more in line with what Crytek just dished out with Crysis 2, and really, that’s okay with us."

Our full preview is now available online.

Not only that, we also got some time to sit down with Dan Hay, the producer of the game, who gave us a stack of really juicy information - check out exclusive interview now (as always, transcribed for your reading pleasure)!

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Posted 10:13pm 07/6/11
Interview was awesome Steve!

Fingers crossed for awesome.
Posted 07:42am 08/6/11
nice interview but there were some worrying things for me in there. The fact that he didn't respond to the question about the checkpoint AI always respawning and instead talked about different aspects they have changed. The AI respawning and mission repetition were the only things i didn't like in FC2 but he didn't say anything about that.
The aspects he did talk about, I actually liked. I enjoyed having to work for the rewards it made it that much better. I don't want a game that rewards you just for turning a corner I like to put some effort into it, especially with the RPG aspect.
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