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E3 2014: ‘Far Cry 4’ Opening and Gameplay Demo
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Far Cry 4 Pagan Min

The fairly intense opening cinematic for Far Cry 4 was unveiled at E3 2014, followed by a gameplay demo.

The Ubisoft title’s opening introduces the psychotic villain of the game, Pagan Min (voiced by the great Troy Baker), while the gameplay demo shares the first looks at the first-person shooter’s graphics, combat, driving, co-op, and even a wingsuit flight down a mountain!

Be sure to head on below to watch both videos.

One of the features shown off in the demo below is a “drop in/drop out” co-op mode where friends can swoop in an help when needed, and apparently there will even be a way for PlayStation owners to invite friends to play who don’t even own a copy of the game.

Far Cry 4 will be released on November 18th, 2014.

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