Clear your calendar, there's a new Far Cry game to fill your every spare moment as you explore (and more often than not set fire to) its massive map.
Welcome to Yara. It's a tropical paradise, but Ubisoft wouldn't be setting a Far Cry game there if it didn't come with its share of problems. Namely, its dictator Anton Castillo is dead set on returning Yara to its former glory and leaving a dazzling legacy to his son, Diego. It doesn't matter how much blood he has to spill to do it.You play as Dani Rojas, a Yaran local who has had enough of the oppression and will stand up for his countrymen, liberating Yara one explosion at a time. There's a definite emphasis on making you a one-man army this time out. Striding (or driving, or flying, or riding a horse) across Yara, you'll feel like a giant with every bullet (or grenade, or ersatz projectile) fired from your deep arsenal of powerful weaponry. Outposts need capturing, hostages need rescuing and bad guys need blowing up. Yara is a huge open world for you to explore (the biggest Far Cry has offered up yet) absolutely packed with things to do, kill and craft.