Every so often, a developer diary comes along that is not only an entertaining watch, but a fantastic insight into the minds that make our favourite games. Far Cry 4 is far along in development, and with such a uniquely fascinating setting to so meticulously capture, the team had to really learn about the locales.
What better way than to drop everything and fly to Nepal, not for vacation, but to see first hand exactly what type of world Far Cry 4 will be based off of?
Below is the mini-documentary in its entirety, and I highly suggest you grab a cold one and check it out. Be warned though, as there is ritualistic animal slaughter in the first of three parts.
While this documentary is around the ten minute mark, it is similar to ‘Grounded’, the making of documentary Naughty Dog released with the season pass. It’s also worth noting that the video spoils much of Left Behind and the original game, so watchat your own risk.
What’s more, Naughty Dog also mentioned a new difficulty mode for The Last Of Us and details on the final DLC drop. While no details were mentioned as of yet, I expect that this new difficulty setting will be even more challenging than Survivor mode, which was already brutal to say the least.
“It is chock full of multiplayer goodness with new maps, new weapons, new skills, and also a brand new difficulty mode for the single player campaign.”
The Last Of Us was a very fun and intense multiplayer experience, though it had a few setbacks that took away from any potential longevity it could’ve offered. The game featured only a few weapons, six maps, and two game modes, so it was very easy to get tired of the repetition. Naughty Dog did release a DLC pack containing four new maps and a new game-mode, but we were never offered more weapons or skills, so this should be the DLC we’ve been itching for.