Ubisoft ask fans what should happen with Far Cry next

Zombies, the Wild West, dinosaurs and the Vietnam War are all possible ideas for a future Far Cry game.

The Far Cry 4 developers, Ubisoft, have sent out a questionnaire to some of the game's players over the past few weeks, asking them for their feedback on what elements future Far Cry games should have.

Eurogamer was tipped off about the questionnaire which asked fans a number of questions surrounding the setting of future games, mentioning real-world locations like Alaska and Peru.

Historical events such as the Vietnam War are mentioned, along with an old west setting in 19th Century America.

Venturing out of a more reality-based setting the questionniare mentions a game where you can fight against, or join, vampires; a post-apocalyptic setting; and even a Jurassic Park-style island with dinosaurs. Far Cry zombies was in there too, naturally.

In Far Cry Instincts and Predator players were battling genetic experiment that went a bit wrong, and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon channelled all things 80s to bring you a new over-the-top-action experience in the series. So, considering those previous games it's not too hard to hear of other outlandish ideas for the franchise.

The questionnaire also gave the option to choose a sequel to Blood Dragon, and also to return to Far Cry 4's Shangri-La setting, but you really want some vampire zombies, or dinosaurs, don't you?

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