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Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon Screens Leak, Expansion Continues To Look 80s Awesome

Posted on Thursday, April 4 @ 22:34:39 PST by

More evidence for the upcoming Far Cry 3 DLC title Blood Dragon arrived today thanks to the NeoGAF community. These leaked screen shots show more of Ubisofts 80s-drenched turn on last year's open-world shooter. In the screen up top you can see a robot-looking hand firing a shotgun-style weapon at a bad guy while blue-goopy brains fly out.

Below that you'll find a rocket base, a laboratory, and a minigun, all of which is decked out in vibrant neon colors and future-leaning design aesthetics. This is the kind of DLC I like to see. I want developers to put a bow on the main game, ship it, and then go wild with ideas for how to extend the entertainment value.

While we continue to wait for official word on Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, which game would you most want to see "alternate-universe" style DLC like Ubisoft has developed for Assassin's Creed III and the island pirate paradise here?

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Tags:   Far Cry, ubisoft, DLC

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