Far Cry 3 outed on stuntmen resumes

Two Canadian action performers list work on a third entry in Ubisoft's first-person shooter series; franchise has been dormant since 2008.


The Far Cry series has been dormant since Far Cry 2 was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in October of 2008. Now, however, it appears new life is being breathed into the franchise.

It appears Ubisoft is readying a new Far Cry game.
It appears Ubisoft is readying a new Far Cry game.

Two Canadian stuntmen have listed Far Cry 3 as a project they've contributed to on their resumes (captured via Google Docs by Superannuation). According to Lee Villeneuve's resume, he worked as a motion capture stunt performer on Far Cry 3.

The other stunt performer--Stephane Julien, an employee of Fast Motion Stunt Team--said he worked on the game in the same capacity.

Far Cry 2--which has sold over 1 million units--is a quasi-sequel to the Crytek-developed original was released for PCs in 2004. The game was developed by Ubisoft Montreal and traded in the original's tropical locale for the African savanna, replete with megalomaniacal warlords, destructible environments, and dynamic weather effects.

For more on the title, check out GameSpot's review of Far Cry 2.

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