Over on the Far Cry blog, Ubisoft has announced that it will release a mod pack bringing the world of Far Cry 3 to Minecraft come October 26. The pack apparently includes modifications to “environments, weapons and tools”, “key Far Cry 3 locations and characters, including Vaas, Jason and Citra” and over 50 easter eggs to uncover. The announcement was accompanied by a series of playful mock-up images, but Ubisoft has confirmed the mod pack is very real. Far Cry 3 is due on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in late November, or early December in the US.
Brace yourselves: the Steam Summer Sale has started.
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Far Cry 3
This Facebook post made by Ubisoft France may not confirm a new Far Cry 3 related project, but it sure feels like it’s setting up for an announcement.
In case you forgot, consider this a friendly reminder that Ubisoft is handing out Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon free from today.
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