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Posted November 3, 2016 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

UBI 30 November Game Revealed – Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon


Ubisoft have just revealed the UBI 30 November game of the month as part of the company’s 30 year anniversary, and it is none other than Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. Following the success of Far Cry 3, Ubisoft released this DLC and it blew the minds of Far Cry fans and 80s cult movie fans alike. Now’s your chance to own the full game on PC for free, as it’s now the UBI 30 November game. Ubisoft had this to say about the UBI 30 November game:

UBI 30 November Game Revealed – Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

This month we offer you Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, THE Kick-Ass Cyber Shooter. Welcome to an 80’s vision of the future. The year is 2007 and you are Sergeant Rex Colt, a Mark IV Cyber Commando. Your mission: get the girl, kill the baddies, and save the world. Experience every cliché of a VHS era vision of a nuclear future, where cyborgs, blood dragons and mutants collide.

Far Cry is one of the first open world Ubisoft created. The game was first introduced to the public at E3 2001 as X-Isle. At that time, Ubisoft showed an impressive open-world of forest inhabited by dinosaurs, supported by the powerful Cry-engine from Crytek.

The co-developed game by Ubisoft and Crytek changed name and adapted its context to become Far Cry in March 2004. From the beginning the game offered the root of an open world: large playground, freedom of choice and initiative to the player, emerging gameplays.

Travelling from Exotic islands to the Himalayas, from Stone Age to modern days, the game each time offers more possibilities to fight, shoot and destroy: dynamic fires, wild animals, exotic means of transportation… And as a publisher, we have been always amazed by the imagination of players when they experiment these tools.
UBI 30 November Game Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

Head to the Ubisoft UBI 30 page now to ensure you are registered to receive your UBI 30 november game for free!


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?


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