Ubisoft Toronto Is Reportedly Working On A New Far Cry

Ubisoft Toronto Is Reportedly Working On A New Far Cry

There’s a new Far Cry game in the works. We already knew that from a report back in January confirming Ubisoft is working on an extraction shooter a la Escape from Tarkov. The extraction shooter is said to be set in the Alaskan Wilderness, has permadeath, a backpack, contracts, and features characters from older Far Cry titles.

A new report from Insider Gaming now claims there’s also a second mainline Far Cry game in the works. This mainline Far Cry title, presumably Far Cry 7, is known internally as Project Blackbird. Ubisoft Toronto held a “special classified update” on its projects yesterday, although it doesn’t appear to have been all that classified if the studio is posting photos of the meeting to Twitter.

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Ubisoft Toronto also posted links to new job ads, suggesting that Far Cry 7 and the Far Cry extraction shooter are entering their full production phase. It’s not known if Ubisoft Toronto is working on either or both Far Cry projects, although it is suspected that the two games will share resources in order to reduce development costs.

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We do know for sure that Ubisoft is working on the Splinter Cell remake that Ubisoft confirmed back in 2021. The remake is said to be a reboot of the franchise that sets “a good foundation for the series” and is updated for “a modern-day audience.” It will use the Snowdrop engine, the same as the upcoming Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and has several concept images but no actual gameplay available at present.

It’s unknown when the Splinter Cell title will launch, but Far Cry 7, a new mainline Ghost Recon game, and a multiplayer-focused Assassin’s Creed game are all tentatively set to arrive by 2025.

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But I wouldn’t put too much stock in these dates. Ubisoft is in the midst of significant turmoil and can’t seem to keep a release date for any of its games. Recently, Ubisoft canceled three games and delayed Skull & Bones yet again amidst layoffs, falling profits, and employee unrest. A recent report accused Ubisoft of continuing to foster crunch culture, with management making unreasonable demands late in a game’s production cycle and then strongly encouraging employees to work overtime in order to meet those demands.

Ubisoft also pulled out of E3, ringing the once great convention’s death knell. Ubisoft will host its own event sometime in June, although it’s unknown what games the French publisher plans to show.

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