'Far Cry 5' News & Updates: Ubisoft's Popular Game To Be Out Next Year; More On System Requirements & Gameplay
"Far Cry 5" has at last been made official by Ubisoft. However, there are many questions which are still unsolved about Ubisoft's popular first person shooter game.
Of what we know about the "Far Cry 5" game, Ubisoft affirmed amid a current income call that the next game in the Far Cry series is expected to come out inside the current monetary year, GameSpot wrote. This implies that players will be seeing the game hit stores at some point before March 31 next year.
Ubisoft teased that more insights about "Far Cey 5" are set to be shared soon, and given that the gaming event known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo is only fourteen days away, many fans anticipate that the additional news will be uncovered then. While formal elements like "Far Cry 5" gameplay and "Far Cry 5" system requirements have not been given yet, there were rumors from the previous couple of weeks that have implied at what could be included in this new Ubisoft game.
It was quite recently that rumors about the game highlighting a Western setting made the rounds on the web. Those rumors began after a report from the Great Falls Tribune uncovered that a movie producer had advanced toward Montana to shoot a trailer for the "Far Cry 5" game. Maker Jeff Guillot included that the trailer was for a "sequel to an existing global franchise."
Kotaku's Jason Schreier then shared some data about the matter over on Twitter. He said that the following "Far Cry 5" game may surely be set in Montana, but that those rumors about it highlighting a Western topic may not be entirely accurate. Fans have additionally started to guess on Ubisoft forums about what the "Far Cry 5" game could resemble, with some proposing that engineers may pick to highlight a modern setting for the "Far Cry 5" gameplay.
Ideally, for fans, they won't need to think much about the setting of "Far Cry 5" any longer since the points of interest about Ubisoft's next title will be revealed next month. Likewise, Ubisoft may also talk about "Far Cry 5" gameplay and "Far Cry 5" system requirements at the event.