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‘Far Cry 4’ rumored to take place in the Himalayas, releasing early 2015

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Ubisoft seems to be having trouble keeping secrets this week after new details for Far Cry 4 are made public after Assassin’s Creed: Unity was leaked just days before. According a report by Eurogamer on March 21, those “familiar with the project” revealed that Far Cry 4 is currently in development and launch in 2015.

Additionally, the report claims that the fourth Far Cry title will take gamers high into the Himalayas and will allow players to ride elephants as mounts. Supposedly, the game will expand upon many of the mechanics found within Far Cry 3 such as hunting animals and attacking outposts. Eurogamer stated that Far Cry 4 will be unveiled in full at this year’s E3 event this June and is said to be heading to Xbox One, PS4, and PC systems.

Earlier this week, a similar leak revealed this year’s Assassin’s Creed installment. After the news was out, Ubisoft decided to go ahead and officially announce Assassin’s Creed: Unity on Friday. The next entry in the Assassin’s Creed series will only be available on PS4 and Xbox One. Furthermore, the game will be set during the French Revolution.

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