01 Jun 2021 3:00 PM +00:00

Far Cry VR - Dive Into Insanity Releases Today Across Arcades Worldwide

Far Cry 6 might be the next mainline instalment of the FPS franchise, but it's not the only franchise entry 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. It's just launched today but unfortunately, you likely won't be playing it anytime soon. Here's what you need to know about this spin-off.

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Far Cry VR - Dive Into Insanity Releases Today Across Arcades Worldwide

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 50 locations in 23 countries, and you can check out the latest release trailer below:

Set in the world of Far Cry 3, this features the ever-unsettling Vaas as the main antagonist, and Ubisoft and Zero Latency have offered this brief outline:

Hunted for game by Vaas and his henchmen, you and your friends need to do whatever it takes to get off Rook Islands!

Players will work with seven friends to explore and escape, so expect to take cover whilst solving some puzzles. Offering "simple and intuitive" mechanics, Ubisoft previously confirmed "Collaboration and teamwork will be key for players to find their way through the deranged warlord’s jungle gauntlet."

In the UK, Dive Into Insanity is available at three locations between Birmingham, Nottingham and Wembley Park, while the United States currently has 11. You can find more about booking this in here.

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