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4 player co-op campaign revealed

All you need to know about the newly revealed Far Cry 3 co-op campaign is here.
Yesterday during the Sony press conference at E3 we revealed that Far Cry 3 will not just include a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode. The game will also feature a full-fledged co-op campaign that you will be able to play with three of your friends!

The co-op campaign will allow you to experience the island through the eyes of a completely different cast of characters, a wayward crew in their own quest to survive against the odds. Betrayed by their captain who sold their ship to pirates for a safe full of cash, these four crewmen spring to action in a quest for revenge and a desperate quest to regain the latest bits of their broken lives.
Meet the team:
  • Callum, the Scottish thug.
  • Leonard, the crooked cop.
  • Mikhail, the Russian hitman.
  • Tisha, the ex-soldier.


The co-op campaign will include six levels (playable in any order) that will unfold the story of the rogue crew and cast a unique light on the island and its cast of insane characters. The campaign will be playable online or in split-screen mode.

The campaign will challenge you to accomplish missions with different objectives, from all-out assault to resistance. At some point you will also be in direct competition with your friends, with specific challenges that will allow you to rack up points and finish at the top of the ladder. To encourage team play, the co-op will also include six different Booster Shots that you can give to your teammates. Boosts can only be delivered by interacting with another player and cannot be self-administered.

Although it plays with different characters, the co-op is also rooted into the game universe, and the experience and items you will unlock in this mode will enrich your whole game experience.

Watch the debut trailer here:

So - are you excited?


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