Is Ubisoft teasing a Far Cry 3 remake?

by Linda Olson May 4, 2017, 22:47
Is Ubisoft teasing a Far Cry 3 remake?

If Ubisoft is going to announce a "new" game this will probably happen next month during E3.

Translated from French, this post's caption reads, "An island that we never really left".

This was followed another post by the publisher asking fans to follow it on Instagram - albeit done in a fashion that hints at a game in the Far Cry series.

Fans think this is something Far Cry 3-related, and with the popularity of the Vaas Montenegro character, as well as the success Michael Mando has found with Better Call Saul, that isn't a bad shout. It can also be a remastered version of Far Cry. Let us know in the comments.

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Some people believe that Ubisoft might be hinting at a Far Cry 3 port for the Playstation 4 or Xbox One. Would you like to see a new game or a remake?

Yesterday, we reported that a Facebook post on Ubisoft's account was teasing something relating to Far Cry 3 - possibly a prequel, a sequel or a remaster, we mused.

It may also be a teaser for a completely new Far Cry game that's new in every way but is set on Rook Island.

'We've heard back from Ubisoft PR, who has clarified to us that this was simply a "throwback post" and not a tease for anything'.


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