Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – Classic Edition ESRB Rated, Prompting Standalone Release Speculation

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – Classic Edition will seemingly see a standalone release in the coming months.

The neon-filled FPS spinoff has popped up on the ESRB’s website, earning an expected 'Mature' rating.


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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – Classic Edition Rated By the ESRB

While we know that the Blood Dragon remaster is included as part of Far Cry 6's season pass, it seems the game could be arriving on its own, too.

Ubisoft has yet to confirm this, though, but there is a precedent - Far Cry 5's Season Pass added Far Cry 3 Classic, a similar port of the 2012 instalment.


That release ended up shipping for $20 as a standalone product, too, meaning we could be in for a similar story with Rex "Power" Colt's adventure.

As for the rest of Far Cry 6's season pass, it's shaping up to be a little unorthodox, to say the least. Players will be able to revisit villains from prior games, only this time they'll be playable protagonists – so if you've missed Vaas, Pagan Minh, or Joseph Seed, prepare to be reacquainted.

Far Cry 6 launches on October 7th.