It sounds like Ubisoft is trying to do a Call of Duty: Warzone with Far Cry


Ubisoft is working on not one, but two new Far Cry games. The first is the somewhat predictable Far Cry 7, but the second is intriguing, a standalone multiplayer spin on the traditionally solo (and recently co-op) shooter. Kotaku claims Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot mentioned both these prospective games in an internal company meeting. 

With Ubisoft positively churning out the Far Cry games over the years and Far Cry 6 releasing back at the end of 2021, you may have been expecting a new game to be right around the corner. However, the progress towards these new games could be further away than you may think. Kotaku reports in an article (opens in new tab) that Ubisoft is apparently switching from the Dunia engine to Snowdrop for the new games. Snowdrop is the tech powering The Division games and Ubisoft’s upcoming Star Wars game. 

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