Ubidays 2008: Far Cry 2 is 50 hours long, has no co-op

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 29 May 2008 10:46 GMT

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According to this CVG piece, Far Cry 2’s single-player campaign is 50 hours long, but no co-op play will be included.

“Just on single alone, gamers can potentially have close to 50 hours of game play,” said producer Louis-Pierre Pharand.

“We decided to abandon [co-op] for this instalment simply because of the complexity and size of the game. Add the Multi experience & the Map Editor… gamers will have their money’s worth with Far Cry2.”

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