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  • Far Cry 2 DLC "already playable"

    Play.tm’s reporting that DLC is “already playable for Far Cry 2, a fact gleaned from a trip to Ubi Montreal last week. “Yes, We’re actually working on that, but I can’t say what the content of those will be: but they’re going to be fucking cool,” producer Louis-Pierre Pharand told the site. “We’re thinking they’re […]

  • Four multiplayer modes for Far Cry 2

    Eurogamer’s live interview with Far Cry 2 producer Louis-Pierre Pharand has confirmed the game has four multiplayer modes. And they are: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Diamond and something called Uprising, described by Pharand as “a modified version of a VIP.” Game’s out in October for PC, PS3 and 360.

  • Talk to Far Cry 2's producer this Friday

    Eurogamer’s holding a live interview with Louis Pierre Pharand, Far Cry 2’s producer, this Friday. As in tomorrow. This means you can turn up, ask questions and get them answered, God willing. Get more details here. It starts at 3.30pm.

  • Far Cry 2 dev: "There are no fucking mutants in this game"

    Want to play some kind of sci-fi child game? Still shitting your diapers? Want alien invasion and super-powers? Don’t play Far Cry 2. “There are no fucking mutants in this game,” said producer Louis-Pierre Pharand, speaking to German site PCGames.de at a recent press event in Canada. “No mutants, no monsters, no magic, no psychic […]

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

    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 […]