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'Far Cry 3' Is Free Right Now, So What Are You Waiting For

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'Far Cry 3' Is Free Right Now, So What Are You Waiting For

Far Cry 3 is free right now for PC players, so if you're yet to play one of the most acclaimed games in the series, read on to find out how to grab it.

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Vaas Montenegro will appear in the Season Pass for Far Cry 6, allowing players to step into the shoes of this villain as well as Pagan Min and Joseph Seed from Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5 respectively. In a mystical, psychedelic version of each game's realities, the baddies will be trying to survive against all odds, using their twisted tactics to gain the upper hand as they are the prey this time.

Check out some explosive gameplay for Far Cry 6 below, touring the tropical paradise of Yara which is under the thumb of the tyrannical Antón Castillo.

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So, here's how you get your copy of Far Cry 3 for free. It's worth noting that this is a limited time offer expiring on September 11th, so if you're reading this on the go, then be sure to jot down a reminder somewhere. Head over to the Ubisoft Store and search for Far Cry 3 in its search bar. Or, just click this link which will take you straight there. You're welcome.

You'll need to create a Ubisoft account to claim the game, but if you're a fan of Ubisoft's library of titles, you're likely to already have one. Plus, it's the standard edition that is free. The deluxe edition is £26 and offers another six DLC missions, or, if you're very fond of Vaas you could shell out for the chibi figurine of the impressive villain.

When actor Michael Mando teased that he was going back into the voice-over booth early last year, lots of people thought it would lead to the return of Vaas in the next Far Cry title. Though it's likely that he was referring to his role in the Season Pass, there's a good chance that Vaas did survive the events of Far Cry 3. Lead writer Jeffrey Yohalem stated that the mercenaries on the Rook Islands believe he is gone but, if Boba Fett's fate is anything to go by, that's not a concrete conclusion. Given the character's popularity, it's not out of the question that he could pop up again as an elderly but just as volatile version of himself.

Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft

Topics: Far Cry, Ubisoft, PC

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