04 May, 2017
Could a remastered and beefed-up version of Far Cry 3 serve the same objective?
Since Ubisoft hasn't confirmed anything about this so far, the field is open to speculation.
Either way, I'm always excited for a new Far Cry game.
With interesting timing, since there are no recurrences related to the game, recently Ubisoft has published on its Facebook page a picture of Rook Island of Far Cry 3, accompanying with the caption of "an island we never really left".
This is unmistakably the island from Far Cry 3, but if you had any doubt, Ubisoft followed up with another picture of Far Cry 3's main villain Vaas.
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We don't know for sure.
With E3 around the corner, we won't be surprised to see Ubisoft announce something soon. The image seems to be from perhaps the best title in the series so far Far Cry 3, so is it a possibility that we might be getting a sequel to the third installment?
However, there are others who thinks that it might not be a port but a remake or a remaster since that seems to be what the game developers love to do right now.
Keeping that in mind, it's most likely a new game in the series, whose last mainline entry was Far Cry 4.
Update: Ubisoft has told Game Informer that this was simply a "throwback post", and that it wasn't meant as a tease.