The title suggests a flip of Far Cry 5, where the player was part of the resistance against the New Dawn movement.
That means that this new Far Cry - which will be announced at the Game Awards on Friday morning is a direct sequel to the last one, but that that direct as it's set quite a number of years after Far Cry 5.
Last night, Ubisoft teased a new Far Cry game that looks to continue that narrative - about what happens after the bomb exploded.
Tune into the Game Awards for the world premiere of the next Far Cry.
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As for the teaser trailer below opens with a picturesque farm and a voiceover saying "none of us were ready for the end".
According to the teaser trailer, the next Far Cry will be available to play on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One and PC.
The upcoming Far Cry seems to take place in a post-apocalyptic setting. Even though I didn't really love Far Cry 5, I'm down for another game in the series that doesn't take itself as seriously, kind of like with Blood Dragon.
Hot on the heels of February's dark, cult-starring Far Cry 5, a surprise video has appeared on Ubisoft's social channels, revealing a glimpse of a brand new Far Cry adventure. After years of nuclear winter and raging storms, things appear to be getting back to normal, with flowers blooming and blue skies appearing once more. All the games have been standalone experiences.