After the first sample of gameplay and the release date, Ubisoft handled many disperse about Far Cry Primal, including a new set of screenshots, gameplay videos and more information about content.

Far Cry Primal – New details; Videos and Gameplay Screenshots 


The game will use elements that characterize the franchise, more specifically Far Cry 3 and 4, with an open world map and hunting skills, with the difference that in this case we use the skills of wildlife for different specialties, such as discover element, acting in secrecy, or attacking a group of enemies.


In this game we will see mammoths, saber-toothed tigers, and many more animals of that time, and probably accompanied by tribal fighting with bows and spears.

You will play as Takkar, a prepared hunter and the last surviving individual from your gathering. You have one objective: survival in a world where you are the prey. After the last Ice Age, the ice sheets withdrew to abandon an area blossoming with nature and assets where people and creatures alike can flourish – if they have what it takes to demonstrate their predominance. Discover the majesty and savage place that is known for Oros with its stunning valley of redwood woodlands, unforgiving taiga, and damp marshes where you can consider Earth to be it was before man made a case for it. Oros teems with life, going from extensive crowds of deer and horrible packs of desperate wolves to warring adversary tribes. It is ruled by megafauna, for example, saber-toothed tigers and wooly mammoths, goliath creatures that ruled the Earth in the Stone Age and were dreaded by each  other living being. As we know, the game will be located in the Ice Age, and we are the last surviving member of our tribe, who will fight against nature and other humans to get Oros dominate the region.

The collector’s edition includes three bonus missions, an exclusive weapon and four packs of improvements to the character customization, and assume that the rewards will also pre-purchase. On PC the game will be released on March 1.