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What are you made of? Discover your wild side with the latest and most experimental Far Cry 4 feature.

Ubisoft have today announced the launch of Far Cry 4’s ‘What are you made of?’ digital platform….an experimental site designed to test your reactions!

If you visit then you’ll get to go through four different rites of passage:

  • A deadly face-to-face encounter with « An eye for an eye »
  • An impenetrable mind maze with « Rabbit hole »
  • A hypnotic trance with « Mind Blossom »
  • A blindfolded sound chase with « Escape »

Each of the rites will be released weekly and contains a number of interactive films in which the user has only a few seconds to make a decision and get out of the extreme situation they are trapped in. The choice you make sets off a sequence of events, pushing you to make another choice. With 42 million different routes, you’ll need to explore for 100 days solid in order to find all the different combinations.

Reach the end of the rite and your choice will be analysed and will grant you exclusive access to new Far Cry 4 content via the Uplay system.

“We are looking forward to seeing the reaction of fans. This interactive campaign really puts the player at the centre of the experience offering a new and more intense approach to the game and its universe”, said Guillaume Carmona, EMEA Marketing Director. “This platform will allow each fan to live a totally different experience. That’s the beauty of a game like Far Cry 4 as players can actually create their own path, just like with this website. Each decision matters and conditions the outcome.”

Make your way to www.farcry4.com to experience the wild side!

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