Far Cry 7: Industry insider reveals that the next part is supposed to be radically different

Far Cry 7: Industry insider reveals that the next part is supposed to be radically different

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If everything goes according to plan, the first person shooter Far Cry 6 will be launched on October 7, 2021 for PC and consoles. But although the release is still a few months away, there are already rumors and speculations about a possible successor. If this information comes from a well-known industry insider, it becomes all the more interesting.

The journalist and insider Jason Schreier recently spoke out on the latest issue of the podcast "Triple Click". Among other things, he came up with a Far Cry 7. According to him, this game and the entire brand could develop in "radically different directions" that nobody would really expect at the moment. In doing so, he refers to some unspecified sources that are probably well acquainted with the subject. However, he was unable to elicit further details in this regard, which logically leaves a lot of room for interpretation. One of the questions that arises is what this "radically different direction" might look like. Is there possibly even a change in the basic genre behind it?

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However: Jason Schreier already has a good reputation for himself through many correct predictions Branch built. However, he and his sources could be wrong. In any case, Ubisoft has not yet commented on this topic.

Source: Triple Click

Far Cry 7 Could Go In “A Radically Different Direction” – Rumor

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Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier has recently revealed during his Triple Click Podcast that Far Cry 7 could be heading in a direction you might not expect. According to Schreier’s sources on the matter, the Far Cry franchise would be going in “a radically different direction” after the release of Far Cry 6.

Schreier hasn’t revealed any more details at this point, which is understandable, as Far Cry 6 is still months away from release. It’s still interesting to speculate on Jason Schreier’s comments, however, as Far Cry 6 is already doing a bunch of things differently from its predecessors, including third-person cutscenes and a newfound narrative structure.

In a recent Ubisoft investors meet, higher executives within the company revealed that the company will be creating free-to-play versions of its biggest IPs in the near future. Whether Far Cry 7 would be heading this very route is anyone’s guess at this point, though something like that would definitely qualify as “radically different.”

Meanwhile, Far Cry 6 is due out on October 7 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.