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Ubisoft: Travel "not to become a chore" in Far Cry 3

Posted: 12.10.2012 by Technet2k

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Lead game designer Jamie Keen from Ubisoft says the team have spent a lot of focus making sure they don't repeat the mistakes of Far Cry 2, namely that the driving or general travel doesn't irritate.

We're promised a "fun experience" driving around with greater freedom to drive "70mph off a cliff" if we really want to. Fast travel gets us around making locations feel 'not too far away'.

Ubisoft tease The Lost Expeditions content for Far Cry 3 pre-orders Poll

Posted: 05.10.2012 by Technet2k

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There's around 40 extra minutes of gameplay for those who pre-order Ubisoft's Far Cry 3, teases the publisher. The Lost Expeditions is exclusive to those who slap their money down early.

It tests our survival skills in an old World War II ruin that's teeming with danger. Ubisoft have release a gameplay clip that's just as sporadic and violent as the game itself.

GameStop including Monkey Business DLC for preorders of Far Cry 3

Posted: 17.09.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Gamers who preorder Far Cry 3 from GameStop will be getting a bonus four mission "Monkey Business" downloadable content pack which introduces quest-giver Hurk, who enjoys strapping bombs on monkeys to blow up his enemies.

Second Survival Guide for Far Cry 3 discusses drugs and guns

Posted: 05.09.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Ubisoft has released the second "Survival Guide" for Far Cry 3, which features ex-CIA operative Agent Huntley giving a tour of Rook Islands.

Ubisoft's high ninety PC piracy rate comment for "specific or popular" titles

Posted: 05.09.2012 by Technet2k

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Now that Ubisoft is climbing down on their always-on DRM scheme, the publisher's worldwide director for online games Stephanie Perotti has clarified their previous '93-95%' PC piracy statement.

Apparently they didn't mean that as a percentage across the board but "for some specific or popular" PC titles, from "internal and external research," and that "varies depending on the territory."