There’s a new Ubisoft game being teased on the publisher’s website that could very well be Far Cry Primal.

The homepage of the Ubisoft website has been overlayed with a live stream that shows a number of cave paintings on a wall, since midday yesterday. The paintings illustrate a number of events including a sabre-toothed tiger, deer, a tribe of people hunting a mammoth and what appears to be a chief holding a knife over the head of an individual kneeling on the ground.

The name Far Cry Primal was revealed by the IGN Turkey Twitter account which has since been suspended.

The IGN Turkey Twitter account has since been suspended.
The IGN Turkey Twitter account has since been suspended.

A number of tech websites, including Kotaku, have since reported that the game Ubisoft is teasing will be a prehistoric Far Cry game complete with woolly mammoths and sabre-toothed tigers.

Far Cry Primal – or whatever the eventual game will be called – is set to┬ábe the half way point between Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5, similar to the release of Far Cry Blood Dragon.

At this point there isn’t much else to go on except for a – now inaccessible – tweet and some cave paintings on a loop. Rest assured however, that if anything changes on the Ubisoft livestream the team will let you know.

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