Straight-shooting video game & entertainment news

Ubisoft Toronto and Ubisoft Montreal to team up for future Far Cry games

This report also confirms that Ubisoft has multiple unannounced Far Cry projects that are currently in development.

Far Cry 6's DLC hinted that the fan-favorite villain, Vaas Montenegro, is coming back in a future installment.

The last we heard about the Far Cry franchise is that a seventh mainline installment and a multiplayer spin-off are already in the works. But, according to a new report from Insider Gaming, Ubisoft is "merging" two studios to work on future Far Cry titles.

The report points out new job listings from Ubisoft Toronto that confirm that it's helping Ubisoft Montreal on what we're presuming are multiple Far Cry projects.

This shouldn't come as a surprise as Ubisoft Toronto previously collaborated with Ubisoft Montreal with Far Cry 5 and Far Cry 6 in the past.

Ubisoft Toronto is currently confirmed to be working on a remake of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.

If we're being honest, most wouldn't mind a new installment like Far Cry Primal.

Ubisoft is facing several issues at the moment as it struggles to push games that aren't Assassin's Creed out of the gates. It didn't help Ubisoft at all that Far Cry 6 didn't sell or review well. At the moment, Ubisoft is reportedly sitting on a handful of unannounced games as well as still-unconfirmed announcements for the release date of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora as well as a new launch date for the oft-delayed Skull & Bones.

Ubisoft is set to hold its own showcase in June after dropping out of E3 2023, which is no longer happening.

Speaking of Far Cry, a current-gen update has been released for Far Cry 5.

Related Topics


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Ray Ampoloquio

Ray Ampoloquio // Articles: 5904

Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Comparison List (0)