In celebration of Far Cry 3’s release in Australia, Ubisoft Australia will be hosting a free laser tag games in Sydney on November 28, Wednesday. Fans are invited to “tag” along at the M9 Laser Skirmish at the 3rd floor of Harbourside Shopping Centre.
The event will kick off at 10:30 AM and will go on until 10:30 PM. Admission is free. However, only a limited number of players will be allowed per game, so it is important that players should come early. As for those who will be waiting for their turn, Ubisoft reported that they will set up demo stations, so that attendees will be able to play Far Cry 3 prior to its release.
Far Cry 3: Plot and Gameplay
Set in a tropical island, players will take the role of Far Cry 3’s main protagonist, Jason Brody. In search of his estranged girlfriend, Jason will be stranded in an island chain, wherein he will have to deal with a wide cast of unstable characters.
The character possesses a strong combatant and survival skillset, which gives him a fighting chance in desperate situations. However, it was reported that Jason in Far Cry will be a character who is out of his elements.
He will have no particular training, and he will be someone who’s caught up in the island’s chaos while searching for his friends. In addition, game producer Dan Hay revealed that Far Cry 3 will show the other side of Jason, as the insanity will start to have an effect on him.
Although it is a first-person shooter, the game will also feature role-playing game elements such as purchase points, skill tree, and crafting system. It will also give players the ability to shoot enemies behind objects depending on their XP, as well as perform “takedowns” by doing melee attacks.
Its story mode map will also be ten times larger than those in previous games, suggesting that Far Cry 3 is still an open world sandbox game. This mode would enable players to survey and plan out their attacks using stealth take-down combinations. Moreover, they can also take pictures with the character’s camera.
Far Cry 3 will be available in Australia on November 29, Thursday, for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The game, as well as the free laser tag event, is a proof that Ubisoft is committed to bringing great titles and good user and fan experience.