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One of our mainstay wordsmiths, Adam "Griz" Mathew, was sent out to Ubisoft Montreal not so long ago for a lengthy, in-depth behind-the-scenes look at Far Cry 5's development. Today he's emerged with a piece describing aggro and dangerous turkeys that are only trumped by (literal) ball-biting wolverines.

Here's a snippet of what he got from this particular part of his time with the team at Ubisoft Montreal.
“We weren't sure what we'd find in Montana, animal-wise,” says Fournier. “When we went out driving at dusk, we saw green eyes popping out at us from everywhere. I got scared, to be honest. Especially because earlier that day I'd been taking photos of these special bins designed to keep bears out. That's when you know you need to be careful of where you are and what you're doing.

“Obviously [bears are in this] along with aggressive wolves and more placid creatures like ducks and trout. For me, the one that will surprise most players is how aggressive the turkeys are. It's super vicious and is going to attack you. It knows thanksgiving is coming. Skunks are also interesting as they'll spray you in your face, which will limit your vision and affect your shooting.

“King of the beasts, in my mind, is the wolverine. It's the most vicious thing ever and can really, really do a number on you. I mean, when you look at them, they're a 20 to 15 pound animal, but it's the only carnivorous animal out there that has to eat meat every day. So it will seriously go one on one in a face-off against a bear for one little piece of meat. It just doesn't care.”
Click here for our full Far Cry 5 'Making Montana' interview feature.



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