Far Cry 6 Leak May Point To Sequel’s Development
Ubisoft continues to be one of the big titans of the video game industry, with many iconic franchises that have endured and persevered amongst competitors. The past year has seen new entries in Ubisoft’s most popular franchises, including Assassin’s Creed, The Crew, and Tom Clancy’s The Division. The past year has also been kind to the Far Cry franchise, with Far Cry 5 and New Dawn proving the series still has legs to stand on. Many have expected the series to continue on, but it seems they might be in for a surprise. A Far Cry 6 leak may point to the next game arriving sooner than expected.
The reported Far Cry 6 leak was found in a recent 4chan post regarding the future of Ubisoft’s studios. The post consists of a list of Ubisoft’s various studios, and what games they currently are working on or will be working on in the coming days. Here it is listed that they are working on Far Cry 6, which has not been officially announced by Ubisoft. Ubisoft has previously said that more Far Cry games would arrive in the next few years, but this could mean that Far Cry 6 could arrive as early as next year. Also interesting is a separate Far Cry title being worked on by Ubisoft Berlin.
The post should be taken with a healthy amount of criticism, as no official proof is provided to verify the accuracy of the list. That said, the list of what studios Ubisoft currently owns does seem to be accurate, and several leaks from 4chan have proven to be accurate before. Time will tell if this leak is a Far Cry from the truth or not.
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