Far Cry: New Dawn Announced For PlayStation 4, Xbox One, And PC

Far Cry: New Dawn Announced For PlayStation 4, Xbox One, And PC

Seemingly leaked box art has revealed the next Far Cry game may be titled Far Cry: New Dawn. Now, the latest entry in the franchise, Far Cry: New Dawn, is taking us to their post-apocalyptic version of the USA. As you progress through the game, other survivors sympathetic to your cause will rock up to your home and liven it up with laughter and songs. They've definitely carried over a lot of the spirit of Hope County. On this return trip to Montana, players will be tasked with hunting for resources, upgrading their new base, embarking on cross-country expeditions, and cobbling together makeshift weaponry. Far Cry: New Dawn will put players in and outside of Hope County with "memorable locations across the U.S. including wetlands, canyons, and coastal regions".

There seems little point trying to hide the fact anymore, since all the marketing already gives it away, but Far Cry 5 ends with a nuclear attack and New Dawn picks up a generation later in the same location. The good - or bad - news is that Far Cry: New Dawn, a standalone sequel, will pull that ending back from its cliffhanger precipice on 15th February 2019. Along the way, you will gain access to the Homebase, the sanctuary and fortress of the survivors, which can be upgraded to unlock more powerful gear and weapons.

A Devil May Cry 5 demo - or the first demo, as Capcom calls it, will be available for free today exclusively on Xbox One.

So far, Ubisoft has revealed that players will be able to explore the Florida Bayous and the Grand Canyon, with these new environments covering around 1km (0.6 miles) of in-game map. For further ness, keep an eye on Ubisoft's website.