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Far Cry 3 might not be the tranquil experience its environments hint at, but at least the game's packed with colour and vibrancy. Proof that first-person shooters can consist of more than the colour brown. And grey.</em> Joystiq's got the full set of screens.
There'll be multiple ways to tackle objectives in Far Cry 3, as evidenced by the "Alternate" gameplay demonstration Ubisoft's released today
This mixes up the shooting and stabbing of the original E3 demonstration, with zip-lines and sniper rifles. The game still looks glorious, with bright colours bringing the tropical setting to life. While we're intrigued by the various gameplay options afforded..
It was a pretty bold move by Ubisoft to spend the first few minutes of its Far Cry 3 demo focusing on a monologue by a man completely off his rocker
But it worked really well, setting the tone for the upcoming first-person shooter brilliantly. You can check out the full Far Cry 3 demo above.</em>
Punctuating a frankly bizarre E3 press conference, Ubisoft just announced Far Cry 3 for release on PlayStation 3 in 2012
The tropical shooter is in development at Ubisoft Montreal, with input from Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Massive. Far Cry 3 brings something new and unexpected, while still building upon the foundations of excellence that are inherent to the Far Cry brand, said producer Dan..