Far Cry goes post-apocalyptic in next game

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Last night, Ubisoft teased a new Far Cry game that looks to continue that narrative - about what happens after the bomb exploded.

Oh, and it also completely spoils the ending of Far Cry 5, so don't watch this if you haven't finished that one yet.

Something to look forward to: Fans of Ubisoft's Far Cry series will be pleased to hear that the company is already working on the franchise's latest entry, and it could be fully revealed at The Game Awards tomorrow. However, given that the event doesn't start until tomorrow, the company has chose to publish a brief teaser trailer to get its fans hyped about what is clearly a new Far Cry title.

As for the teaser trailer below opens with a picturesque farm and a voiceover saying "none of us were ready for the end".

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The first teaser trailer for Far Cry New Dawn was released on December 5, 2018 and was our first look at the upcoming title. This would appear to be a post-apocalyptic Far Cry, complete with scrappy survivors. The announcement seems quite sudden, coming not even a year after Far Cry 5 hit stores.

The video offers a glimpse at what appears to be Hope County's vast countryside, only for it to be rocked by a nuclear blast.

The teaser trailer for the next game talks about how an explosion caused death and "The flames devoured everything" but eventually "years of rain and howling winds gave way to blue skies and a new world in bloom".

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