Fortunately, Ubisoft has clearly heard the response to this travesty and is amending this error in the newly announced Far Cry New Dawn, which premiered during The Game Awards. His Red Queen sword and Blue Rose handgun will see players through to the end of the demo.
While pre-orders are now available for Far Cry New Dawn, the game will be released on Playstation 4, the Xbox One family of devices, and Windows PC on February 15 for $39.99. If you have yet to preorder a copy of the game before it arrives next year, you can do that right now over on Amazon. Plus there's also a dog that'll ride in the vehicle with you. Much of the environment has been lost to the ravages of time and enriched uranium. But luckily, that's exactly what we have now courtesy of Game Informer. Pylons and barns keel over and submit to the maw of the snaking vines at their feet. Raised in a lawless frontier, the twin sisters and their band of scavengers live only for today and have descended upon Hope County to take all available resources. We've got 8 minutes worth of brand new Far Cry New Dawn gameplay that shows off companions, expeditions, crafting and loads and loads of explosions. Those people that survived have emerged into a new Super Bloom biome; colourful and full of life. Opposing your efforts are the Highwaymen, a gang of roving bandits led by "the twins", Micki and Lou. Among them is another dog, Timber, who could be seen in the reveal trailer for New Dawn.
Thankfully, these miscreants are not the only human survivors roaming the wastes of this new United States.
Beware of Far Cry 5 spoilers below.
Decant was also excited to continue Far Cry 5's story through Joseph Seed's return.
You'll have a home base called prosperity that you'll need to rebuild. Like many other major game announcements these days, it seems the cover image has been leaked online.
Far Cry New Dawn continues on from one of the endings of Far Cry 5, which saw Hope Country, Montana ravaged by a nuclear bomb.
Israel tells Lebanon and UN peacekeepers to destroy attack tunnel
Officials said the tunnel is being dug from the Lebanese village of Ramyeh and has already crossed into Israeli territory. It added that one of its commanders had showed one of the tunnels to the head of UNIFIL, Major-General Sefano Del Col.