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As we close in on the game's November release date, Ubisoft is scrambling to offer as much information as they can, with as few spoilers as possible, for Far Cry 4, including giving AusGamers an open-world build of the game for playthrough.

While the build we played was a bit rough around the edges, it was still a work in progress but managed to paint a very positive picture at the vastness of this new location Ubisoft has created.

From the preview:
I avoided any storyline missions for fear of spoilers ahead of review, but the side-missions were all pretty fun. There’s still a real danger of animals in the game, only unlike Far Cry 3, there are much bigger land animals to worry about with the likes of rhinos and elephants capable of flipping over any vehicle you’re in. I managed to find myself a filmmaker lamenting the loss of the local scene and how she wanted to bring it back. It was hard to work out if she was making low-budget porn or low-budget martial arts movies, but she asked that I strap a camera onto my vehicle and film some risky driving, so either way it didn’t matter.
Click here for our new Far Cry 4 open-world hands-on.



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