Far Cry 3 devs revealed to be working on “AAA next-gen online RPG”

MYSTERY

By on December 7, 2012 at 9:27 am

Far Cry 3‘s co-developer Ubisoft Massive are working on a next-gen triple-A online RPG, according to an employee’s LinkedIn profile. Marc Cartwright, who has since changed his profile, was listed as a ‘Game Designer on AAA Next-Gen Online RPG’ on the site, and is now listed as simply a ‘Game Designer at Massive Entertainment’. Hmmm.

Cartwright has a history of working on MMOs and the title is described as an ‘Online RPG’ so there is speculation that the mystery title is an MMO. There are also rumours that it is related to some screenshots that were leaked, screenshots which many speculated were a new Prince of Persia game. Hopefully it won’t be a Prince of Persia MMO, because that seems like a terrible idea.

What do you think, sports racers? Do you know something we don’t? Do you have anything to add? Which would you rather it be, Prince of Persia or MMO? Or would you like to see a PoP MMO? Let us know.

Source: VG247

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I highly doubt that, coming from UBI, it’ll be in any way ‘next gen’.

 
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I’m sorry but this move towards MMO lately is just not helpful for us on the island nation unless there are local servers, which only very few do.

 
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