It's basically the gaming world's equivalent of the Golden Globes, if the Golden Globes were occasionally sponsored by Dorito's, or undrinkable new flavors of Mountain Dew.
Far Cry 5 released earlier this year in March, as was the first in the series to take place in America.More news: US Marine aircraft suffer 'mishap' off Japanese coast, search-and-rescue underway
Far Cry 5 released in March to positive reviews. We'll know plenty more when this next apparent spinoff is shown again at The Game Awards.
It appears that the fictional Montana region of Hope County from Far Cry 5 has been obliterated by a nuke (those on staff who finished the game say that is how it ended) and that some period of devastation and recovery follows. However you felt about it, looks like the next Far Cry offering will pick up right where those explosions left off, in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Guess we'll find out tomorrow night!More news: South Korean President Still Hopes to Host Kim Jong Un This Year
It's worth noting that none of the branding or wording in this trailer specifically mentions Far Cry 5.
There's no information about the game other than the a brief tease for its appearance during "The Game Awards", not even a name to go by.More news: Tom Cruise's Impassioned Twitter Plea May Solve A Common Problem
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