Ubisoft, publisher of the upcoming action-adventure game named Far Cry Primal, has posted lately the following gameplay trailer that shows off unpublished scenes as well as lanscapes and wild animals.
More in details, this first in-game experience includes the comments of Jean-Christophe Guyot, creative director on Far Cry Primal, and Maxime Beland, creative director at Ubisoft Toronto.
The footage brings the spectators into the Stone Age period of 10.000 B.C. and presents a wide range of handmade weapons. These ones are very useful for survival in the lands of Oros and against a wide range of predators, like leopards, tigers, dire wolves, mammoths, and so on.
Far Cry Primal is currently under development at Ubisoft Montreal. This sofware house has choosed the Dunia Engine 2 to implement the next installment of the well-known Far Cry videogame series.
Far Cry Primal has only the single-player version and is set to be released on February 23, 2016 for the gaming consoles Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One. Furthermore, Far Cry Primal will be also available for PC on March 2016.
The latest official screenshots of Far Cry Primal can be viewed below.