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Far Cry 6: Lost Between Worlds Will Plunge You into the Multiverse

Far Cry 6 Lost Between Worlds

Far Cry 6 is getting a meaty multiversal expansion, Lost Between Worlds and it has big Blood Dragon energy.

It’s set to be FPS Far Cry 6’s biggest expansion to date and sends  protagonist Dani into the multiverse. She’ll hop between fragmented realms and take on foes with a familiar 80s-style neon-look. Could this be the Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon follow-up that we’ve been waiting for?

Not quite, but it does remind us of that tongue-in-cheek outing. For a start, it’s not a standalone game as Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was. And, unlike Blood Dragon, it makes major use of existing assets. But leaping between realms and meddling with portals, while dangerous, seems like a lot of fun. And it seems much bigger than previous expansions such as Vass: Insanity.

Your mission is to get back home which, in turn, requires you to reassemble the spacecraft belonging to a “noncorporeal lifeform named Fai.” We’re sure that’s going to end well that that the floating sphere featured in the trailer definitely won’t turn out to be breathlessly evil. Honest.

The good news is that, whether Fai turns out to be murderous nightmare or not (they absolutely will) you can take your glowy new weapons back to the main Far Cry 6 world. We have our fingers crossed that your foes will flee in mortal terror when they see you toting something out of Tron.

Far Cry 6: Lost Between Worlds arrives this December 6th, priced at $19.99 or your local equivalent. It’ll require the full version of the game but you can now trial it and the main game is currently discounted across PC, PlayStation and Xbox. We very much doubt Lost Between Worlds is coming to Google Stadia, since the service is on its way out.

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.