Ubisoft seems to be teasing a Far Cry 5 follow-up

There's going to be a lot of fallout from this teaser

There’s going to be a lot of fallout from this teaser

Naturally, we watch it every year.

It will be interesting to see what form this next Far Cry takes, as it's only been nine months since the release of Far Cry 5.

Just a few moments ago, the publisher released a new teaser trailer for what seems to be a new Far Cry game entirely. First Ubisoft themselves did, with a teaser trailer showing that a new Far Cry project was on the way - which would be properly announced at The Game Awards. Clutching what looks like a make-shift, saw-slinging crossbow, the sullen protagonist appears to be roaming around an incredibly cheery and picturesque post-apocalyptic landscape.

Will it be a full-blown game, though?

Far Cry fans will instantly realise that not only does the initial setting seem to be the same as Far Cry 5 but that the game had a surprise ending where the religious cult set off a nuclear attack. That wouldn't be quite as exciting as an entirely new Far Cry title (especially one which serves as a direct sequel to the previous game!), but whatever: we're still very intrigued by the idea of a post-apocalyptic Far Cry, if that's what this is.

It definitely looks to be an interesting twist on the series, and we are looking forward to finding out more tomorrow night. Were you feeling it, or not so much?

Each year, Geoff Keighley's Game Awards gets bigger and bigger.

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