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Ubisoft Reveals Far Cry Compilation

Ubisoft has announced the complete Far Cry compilation to celebrate 10 years of the Far Cry Series. The titles included in the package are listed below:

Far Cry 2 – Caught between two rival factions in war-torn Africa, you are stricken with malaria and forced to make deals with corrupt warlords on both sides of the conflict in order to hunt down your mark – The Jackal. This version includes the full single-player campaign and Multiplayer. This is a full digital re-master of the original game with all previous patches included.

Far Cry 3 – Beyond the reach of civilization lies a lawless island ruled by violence and human suffering. This is where you find yourself stranded, caught in a bloody conflict between psychotic warlords and indigenous rebels, where your only escape is through drugs or the muzzle of a gun. Includes the full single-player campaign, Multiplayer, and Co-op modes.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – The year is 2007. It is the future. You are Sergeant Rex Colt: Mark IV Cyber Commando. Earth has been ravaged by a nuclear war, which erupted in the 90s. Get the girl, kill the bad guys and save the world. Includes the full single-player campaign. “Packed with entertaining action and hysterical writing, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is an ‘80s-inspired blast.” – Kevin VanOrd, Gamespot.

The Farcry Compilation will only be available on the Playstation 3 and releasing February 11th. No word on why the original Far Cry is not included as of yet.

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