Ubisoft‘s open-world elephant simulator Far Cry 4 arrives on November 18th, and we’ve just been given the details of the game’s Season Pass content. Notable additions include a Domination style PVP mode, and a Minecraft survival mode with cultists and yetis. Interested yet?
According to Ubisoft, the Far Cry 4 Season Pass will include the following:
The Syringe – Available from launch exclusively for Season Pass holders, players must keep a rare and potent recipe from falling into the hands of Pagan Min’s forces. Playable in single-player and co-op, players will need to ensure that he does not use its devastating effects on the rebel forces.
Escape from Durgesh Prison – Ajay and Hurk have been rounded up and tortured in Yuma’s prison. Team up with a friend to escape and survive the hostile lands of Pagan Min’s Kyrat.
Hurk Deluxe Pack – Five missions, playable in single-player and co-op, including Yak Farm, Blood Ruby and Hurk’s Redemption are available. Access an arsenal of new weapons including a harpoon gun for Hurk.
Overrun – Team up as Rakshasa or Golden Path in this PvP mode and control a series of neutral locations across Kyrat’s countryside to protect them from being overrun by your opponents.
Valley of the Yetis – Ajay’s helicopter has crashed on an unforgiving Himalayan ridge. Explore the frozen landscape and find tools to upgrade your camp and protect it from a dangerous cult when night falls. With single-player and co-op options, players will not be alone, but in the darkest caves players will have more to fear than just the cult as the yetis await their prey…
The Season Pass is listed at £23.99 in Europe, which translates to $38.70 USD. That’s a tad pricy, but once Ubisoft confirms a North American price, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
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