Ubisoft have today released a video showing how they recreated the Stone Age world that you will be experiencing in Far Cry Primal. As you go back 10,000 years you’ll not only be seeing something quite wondrous but hearing a brand new language called Wenja, which is based on the Proto-Indo-European language; adding Wenja was essential to achieve the level of realism and authenticity the team wanted for the game.
Making a Far Cry game set during the Stone Age has been a bold task for Ubisoft Montreal, and it was through the combined effort of the directors, animators, programmers, but also experts such as historians, anthropologists and linguistics, and even movement coaches, that allowed Ubisoft Montreal to give life to the Stone Age.
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Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger. When giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity was at the bottom of the food chain. As the last survivor of your hunting group, you will learn to craft a deadly arsenal, fend off fierce predators, and outsmart enemy tribes to conquer the land of Oros and become the Apex Predator.
Far Cry Primal launches February 23rd on the Xbox One & PlayStation 4, also on the 1st March for the PC.