- We've had lots of Far Cry 2-related news lately and we've no intention to stop, since this shooter is going to kick some serious ass this year (hopefully...). Recently we've stumbled upon an interview with Alexandre Anacio, from Ubisoft's Montreal Studios.
9Lives.be has an exclusive interview with Anacio about the history of Far Cry 2 and about the stage where the team is at now. Since the interview is in Dutch, we've searched for a translation and this is what we've come up with from Jay, a registered member of infarcry.com:
9lives: How long has the game been in development and how big is the team at the moment?
AA: We started about two and a half years ago. Originally the team consisted of 50 to 60 people, but now it's already over 150. That's a lot, but it's also because of the fact that the engine was developed completely in-house.
9lives: How far are along are you with the game?
AA: We have just entered the betastage. Which means all features are implemented in the code and we are now focusing on polishing and debugging the code. But content-wise the game is complete.
9lives: In Far Cry 2 you can choose between ten characters to play the singleplayer. How do they differ from each other?
AA: The difference is purely visual and background story: they all...