Far Cry 6, the next mainline instalment of the FPS franchise, is arriving on February 18, 2021, but it's not the only game in the franchise that we know about.
Revealed during Ubisoft Forward, Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity is, as the name suggests, a VR take on the franchise.
Unfortunately, it's unlikely you'll be playing it anytime soon.
Far Cry VR Is Coming
You can check out the reveal trailer below:
Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity isn't the kind of game you can strap your PSVR or PC VR headset on and just jump into.
That's because it's been developed in conjunction with Zero Latency VR, a company that offers VR-based experiences at locations.
It'll be available in 45 locations around the world.
The game looks an awful lot like fan favourite entry Far Cry 3, even adding the ever-unsettling Vaas as the main antagonist.
Players will get to explore the Rook Islands, and work with up to seven friends to explore and escape (although with the UK's new COVID-19 restrictions, you may have to play as a group of six).
Expect to shoot, duck, and take cover, with some puzzles thrown in, too.
The game will offer "simple and intuitive" mechanics, and "Collaboration and teamwork will be key for players to find their way through the deranged warlord’s jungle gauntlet."
It sounds really cool, and you can register your interest here.
Of course, you've got a much higher chance of playing Far Cry 6, which many have speculated acts as a prequel to Far Cry 3 and will feature Vaas in some capacity.