Ubisoft can release the Far Cry spin-offs on the animated series Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix

Judging by some recently emerging data, Ubisoft is developing the Far Cry spin-off based on the animated series Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix. The game under consideration called Captain Laserhawk Niji Warrior can be the first spin-off series after the Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity, developed by Zero Latency, which entered the market in June 2021.

Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix – this is a recognition of critics of the animated series, inspired by Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. The anime was created by Adi Shankar, an American director, whom the game audience can find out by work on the series Castlevania: Nocturne, where he acts as an executive producer. Blood Dragon Remix appeared on Netflix in mid -October 2023 and was met by a warm technique from both the fandom and critics. However, neither Ubisoft nor Netflix have yet given any indications that there are plans to expand this project outside the initial six -part anime output.

Be that as it may, the pan -European database of gaming information (PEGI) assigned the Captain Laserhawk Niji Warrior rating. The rating describes the non-anons of the Far Cry spin-off as a multi-user experience, in which players will compete in the destruction of most opponents in the game “Laser Deadly Battle”. The game received the PEGI 12 rating due to the image of violence against humanoid characters, and this classification is softer than the one that is assigned to the real anime. For reference, Netflix recommends Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix for children from 16 years old and older.

Pegi rating also shows that microtransactions will be implemented in Captain Laserhawk Niji Warror, in particular, the possibility of acquiring intra -game cosmetics. Although this description may indicate that this is a free game for mobile devices, the PC classification is indicated as the only target game platform. This does not mean that the Captain Laserhawk Niji Warror will definitely be exclusive for the PC, since large publishers often give separate game ratings in the case of a phased release of games on platforms. The PEGI ranking with the release date of the game is indicated on December 19, 2023, which is either an extremely strange aggregate or an indicator that Ubisoft ultimately postponed the exit of the Far Cry spin-off until its announcement.

The very name of this alleged spin-fast Far Cry is a reference to Niji 6, a group of superheroes presented in Captain Laserhawk, which were based on both Power Ranges and Rainbow Six Siege. Even the very name of the group is a reference to the many -year Ubisoft franchise, since “niji” is a Japanese word denoting a rainbow. All participants of Niji 6 also wear rainbow colors.

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