The Far Cry series of games have always made a point to offer players the best in in-game setting. Just look at Far Cry 4 and its whole Kyrat setting. But if you want more out of the settings of the future Far Cry games, Ubisoft is currently holding a poll to know what kind of settings are in players' minds.
Ubisoft, as it seems from the poll, is completely open to ideas about the settings of the future Far Cry games, and have even included the likelihood of a game with vampires or dinosaurs, among many others, for the next game. The poll has been a part of a recent survey that asked Far Cry fans as to where the next games in the series should be set.
The poll questionnaire was previously sent out to a number of Far Cry 4 players over the last few weeks. Following that, a trio of fans also partaking in the latest poll contacted Eurogamer on the issue.
"The poll mentions potential real-world locations such as Peru and Alaska, plus historical settings such as the Vietnam War and a Spaghetti Western-style tale in late 19th Century America," the report stated.
A Far Cry game with a vampire setting made a few of us twitch out here (a few even claiming it's a Twilight meets Far Cry scenario), there was one of the many outlandish ideas mentioning "a Far Cry game where you can fight against or join vampires", or maybe "a Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic world." There was even "a Far Cry game set in the modern day on a Jurassic Park-style island with dinosaurs".
There was also this option for a Blood Dragon sequel that was also on the new survey, apart from a simple re-run of Far Cry 4's world of Shangri-La. Well, compared to settings involving vampires, dinosaurs and even zombies, a Shangri-La setting feels not quite up to the mark.
Ubisoft is yet to comment on the newly held poll.