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Previous “survival guide” videos for Far Cry 3 have generally been cautionary tales about not getting shot by mercenaries or eaten by the local wildlife, but this one’s a bit more practical. In essence, it’s an anti-drug reel.

It’s no secret that the game’s tropical island is a haven for drugs, and a few missions are going to require that you eliminate a ruthless trafficker and slave trader’s entire operation.

There’s some stealth involved, too, but the trailer insists—nay, demands—that you’ll eventually need to go in balls-out, guns blazing as you clear out a few drug camps and enemy bases.

Take a look at the trailer below to get a sense at how things will escalate in the game when everything’s shooting at you at once. And that’s just the humans alone—you’ll also still have to deal with the occasional wandering cheetah.

Source: Ubisoft

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New Far Cry 3 Trailer Wants You To Take Up The War On Drugs

Previous "survival guide" videos for Far Cry 3 have generally been cautionary tales about not getting shot by mercenaries or eaten by the local wildlife, but this one's a bit more practical. In essence, it's an anti-drug reel.

By EGM Staff | 09/21/2012 05:25 PM PT

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Previous “survival guide” videos for Far Cry 3 have generally been cautionary tales about not getting shot by mercenaries or eaten by the local wildlife, but this one’s a bit more practical. In essence, it’s an anti-drug reel.

It’s no secret that the game’s tropical island is a haven for drugs, and a few missions are going to require that you eliminate a ruthless trafficker and slave trader’s entire operation.

There’s some stealth involved, too, but the trailer insists—nay, demands—that you’ll eventually need to go in balls-out, guns blazing as you clear out a few drug camps and enemy bases.

Take a look at the trailer below to get a sense at how things will escalate in the game when everything’s shooting at you at once. And that’s just the humans alone—you’ll also still have to deal with the occasional wandering cheetah.

Source: Ubisoft

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