Far Cry 4 devs talk 360 degree approach and co-op play

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In a PlayStation Blog video the Far Cry 4 devs from Ubisoft talk about how players are given freedom to tackle outposts and also how co-op play works.

In a new video highlighted over on the PlayStation blog, we're given more insight into the world of Kyrat and Shangri-La.

In the latest video below, we're invited to learn how the open world was designed, as the devs at Ubisoft Montreal and Ubisoft Toronto explain all. Speaking of the multiple ways in which to take down enemy outposts, and how you have a '360 degree approach' to decide by what means you do it, the devs explain that they don't tell you how tackle outposts, they just 'give you the tools to do it'.

The co-op is also spoken of, and how you can send up to ten invites to friends on PlayStation, so they can join you in the world of Far Cry 4. Those friends don't even have to own the game to be able to play with you either.

Far Cry 4 is due for release on 18th November for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

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Far Cry 4 is shaping up quite nicely. Who will you be sending your co-op friend invites to?

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