Continuing with the Ubisoft news, the developer's next Far Cry game will apparently take place in a rather varied setting than we are usually use to: the Himalayas, according to a report from Eurogamer
Citing "people familiar with the project," Eurogamer reports that the new setting will feature a variety of environments aside from snow-capped mountains, and will allow for new types of gameplay like saddling up and riding elephants. A Twitter post
from Internet sleuth Superannuation hinted at the new title last month, also addressing that the title could possibly include monsters. The infamous Yeti perhaps?
According to Eurogamer, Far Cry 4 will stick with the gameplay that made Far Cry 3 and its neon-coloured spin-off Blood Dragon so fun, including the ability to liberate outposts and presumably hunt for wildlife. Far Cry 4 is apparently some time away, though Eurogamer's sources stated that we can expect some glimpses of the title at this year's E3, and that it will be for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.