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Ubisoft will unveil details about Far Cry 6's Lost Between Worlds expansion next week



More details about Far Cry 6s mysterious expansion, Lost Between Worlds, will drop next week.

Thats according to Ubisofts own social media posts, which revealed that on 6pm UK time on 29th November (thats 10am PT), the team will broadcast a “reveal livestream” about the upcoming expansion on its official Twitch channel.


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Far Cry 6 Review – FAR CRY 6 PS5 GAMEPLAY.

Whilst the developer stopped short of revealing what, exactly, the new content includes, we do get a brief little teaser that includes hints about Fortnite-like crystals and portals. Here, take a peek:

The Far Cry 6 Expansion Reveal Livestream is coming!

Tune-in November 29th at 10AM PT on https://t.co/ZwEmem1rkp to find out more.#FarCry6 pic.twitter.com/gioZASRkYc

— Far Cry 6 (@FarCrygame) November 25, 2022


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Interestingly, Insider Gaming – which has sources which accurately predicted that wed be hearing more about the expansion “in the near future” – details an image supposedly taken from the DLC which depicts a portal and “different locals from Far Cry 6” within it.

We also received information about the expansions new achievements, too, which include a trophy for collecting “Vessel Shards”, one for “entering the portal”, and another for “completing five consecutive rifts without using glints to respawn”. Hmm. Curiouser and curiouser, eh? (Thanks, Gaming Bolt).

Far Cry 6 fans can now pay £100 for a new “Game of the Year Edition” version which includes the Lost Between Worlds expansion. Even without knowing what the expansion entails, fans can buy the Game of the Year Edition now live via listings on the Xbox and PlayStation stores.

The £100 Game of the Year Edition includes the main game and its free additions, as well as the games three season pass DLCs, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon Classic Edition, and the “Ultimate Pack” of in-game extras.

“Its not quite the revolution,” our Ian wrote in Eurogamers Far Cry 6 review, “but its a solid entry all the same”.

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