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Ubisoft’s Next Move: Far Cry 7 and Multiplayer Far Cry Confirmed in Development

Two more Far Cry projects might be on the way.
It appears like Ubisoft has big plans for Far Cry in the future. According to new claims, Ubisoft is developing the next Far Cry as well as a standalone multiplayer Far Cry spin-off.

Insider Gaming originally reported that two Far Cry projects are in the works. The first is “supposed to be” a single-player experience, whereas the second is a multiplayer title. According to Insider Gaming, these titles were initially one project before being separated into two independent games early in production.

Parts of the report are confirmed by Kotaku. Both projects were also referenced in a recent internal Ubisoft update from CEO Yves Guillemot. According to Kotaku’s sources, the next Far Cry game will switch from the Dunia engine to Snowdrop, the engine that powers The Division 2.

Ubisoft has been working on a fully multiplayer Far Cry for years, according to Kotaku’s sources. Attempts were then abandoned or repurposed into new projects. This would be the first time in the series’ history that the multiplayer will be totally standalone, rather being included inside the mainstream Far Cry game. When asked by Kotaku for comment on the story, a Ubisoft spokeswoman stated that the business does not comment on rumors and conjecture.

A far cry from its forefathers

Though a new Far Cry game makes perfect sense, the multiplayer aspect of these stories is intriguing. Ubisoft has at least one major live-service game in Rainbow Six: Siege, although Far Cry has often used multiplayer as a bonus rather than the primary focus.

However, the firm has lately had significant difficulties, including recent statements from its CEO, the cancellation of a number of titles, and the rescheduling of pirate sim Skull & Bones.

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