Far Cry 5 may have just released, but that hasn’t stopped gamers from clamoring for another round of Far Cry goodness.
Far Cry 3 Classic Edition is on its way as well, but it’ll still be a couple of months before players looking to blow through the older title will be able to do so on current-gen consoles.
Ubisoft has announced that Far Cry 3 Classic Edition is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Tuesday, June 26. If you just can’t wait to experience the game on a newer console, however, you may be able to play four weeks early on Tuesday, May 29 instead.
If you purchased the Far Cry 5 Gold Edition with the Season Pass, you’ll get to play the re-release earlier. Even if you didn’t buy Far Cry 5 Gold Edition, you can just buy the Season Pass separately right now for $29.99 to gain access.
There’s no current set price for how much you’ll have to shell out for Far Cry 3 Classic Edition without the Season Pass.
Far Cry 3 initially released back in 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Villain Vaas Montenegro is considered the face of the campaign. It follows protagonist Jason Brody on his quest to save his friends, who have been kidnapped by a variety of bloodthirsty and sadistic pirates, Vaas included. Talk about a terrible vacation.
Right now you’ve got some time to play through Far Cry 5’s decidedly different narrative. But there’s more to come in a couple of months, depending on how much money you want to shell out.