While it ain't no Far Cry Blood Dragon 2 (Which will probably never happen), New Dawn does look like a fun new spin-off to tinker around with until the inevitable Far Cry 6 arrives.
Capcom has also announced the return of the Bloody Palace Mode available in all DMC games except the original.
Set 17 years after the events of Far Cry 5, this new standalone sequel sees players struggling to survive in a post, post-apocalyptic wasteland. Yet, while weapons, vehicles, and your outpost are all upgradeable, this time around any outpost you liberate can actually be re-captured by The Highwaymen.
Battle your enemies for resources in Hope County and around the country as you venture to new locations. We've got 8 minutes worth of brand new Far Cry New Dawn gameplay that shows off companions, expeditions, crafting and loads and loads of explosions. It'll cost $40 in the USA; worldwide pricing has not yet been announced. Like Far Cry Primal was a half-step between Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5, this serves as the next half-step to Far Cry 6. They have chapters all over the U.S., not to mention plenty of outposts scattered throughout what remains of Hope county.
The leak was on the Far Cry subreddit by user HereComeDatAlt. Opposing your efforts are the Highwaymen, a gang of roving bandits led by "the twins", Micki and Lou.
Nick and Kim Rye's grown up daughter, Carmina, knows nothing of the world that came before New Dawn. What was once a cultist fortress is now the Prosperity Base, a place where you can park your suitably outrageous set of wheels, pick consumables from your farm, and gather intel on your next destination. They have their own world and you get into that world. We'll be getting Nana, a sniper-wielding senior citizen, and a particularly aggressive boar called Horatio to tag along with us.