We'll report more on this new project when it is formally revealed at The Game Awards tomorrow night.
Plus, it's not hard to imagine an ending to Far Cry 5 where the Elder's Gate cult get their hands on a nuclear bomb, and do the unthinkable.
The trailer begins by showing a mysterious young woman roaming a brightly coloured, overgrown landscape, punctuated by streaks of striking yellow and purple flora. We don't know much about outside of that, but it looks like Far Cry will be taking some inspiration from Fallout and sending us into a post-apocalyptic scenario.
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Spoilers for Far Cry 5 follow.
That means that this new Far Cry - which will be announced at the Game Awards on Friday morning is a direct sequel to the last one, but that that direct as it's set quite a number of years after Far Cry 5. However, given that the event doesn't start until tomorrow, the company has chose to publish a brief teaser trailer to get its fans hyped about what is clearly a new Far Cry title. It's likely it won't be a follow-up to 2018's "Far Cry 5", seeing as it's only been out in the wild for months, but it could potentially be a spin-off of the core game or set in the same rural area of Montana. It won't be too long until we find out. The game takes place in the United States and features one of the most weird stories in any title to date. All the games have been standalone experiences.