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Ubisoft’s “Far Cry New Dawn” brings a nuclear holocaust to Hope County. Glad to see little has changed.

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The future of the planet (as we can hypothesise from every piece of gaming and media known to man) is set to end up in a fucked-up ball of mud, fire and pain. So if you were expecting anything contrary to this with the announcement of Far Cry‘s next franchise instalment – Far Cry New Dawn – then your not going to be pleased. But if like us you like your future dystopian and laced with nuclear radiation, then this is for you. Can you imagine the state of Hope County after the nuclear fires? It was already a no-mans-land by modern standards.

The new game is set to be a standalone sequel to Far Cry 5, and we are set to see Hope County in a whole new light in an apocalyptic future. Emitted by a few gun flares and mushroom clouds, surely.

Description reads:

Introducing Far Cry New Dawn, the standalone sequel to Far Cry 5. Watch the World Premiere trailer and discover how Hope County, Montana has changed seventeen years after a global nuclear catastrophe. Far Cry New Dawn releases February 15, 2019 for $39.99 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch the new Far Cry New Dawn World Premiere Gameplay trailer in the player below:

 

Far Cry New Dawn releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC come February 15th 2019

 

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