Ubisoft Toronto is officially ready to usher in the next chapter of the Far Cry series. The studio announced on Twitter that Far Cry 4 has gone gold, meaning it will indeed make its November 18 release date on time. To celebrate, there's a new trailer revealing more about the game's PvP multiplayer.
"Far Cry 4 is a major leap forward for the franchise," senior communications manager Gary Steinman said on the UbiBlog. "The story is fully integrated into the overall experience, with your choices making a real difference in a civil war that’s roiling Kyrat. The open-world is packed with surprises. The addition of open-world co-op allows gamers to double their fun in new and creative ways. And the PvP delivers a true Far Cry experience this time: pitting the rebel Golden Path against the mythical warriors of the Rakshasa, the asymmetrical competitive multiplayer is set on 10 maps based on familiar Kyrati locations, and uses animals (including elephants) and vehicles in 5v5 matchups across 3 distinct modes."
The multiplayer video shows some of the differences between the Rakshasa and the Golden Path, with the former utilizing stealth and wildlife to their advantage, while the latter takes advantage of powerful automatic weapons and vehicles. Check out the whole thing below.