Ubisoft have released a brand new video for Far Cry Primal titled ‘Bringing The Stone Age’ that details the research process in creating a game set 10,000 years ago – you can check it out below:
“What does it take to create a game set 10 000 years ago?
The creation of a brand new language, Wenja, based on the Proto-Indo-European language, was an essential part of the process to achieve the level of realism and authenticity the team wanted for the game.
Making a Far Cry game set during the Stone Age was a bold task for Ubisoft Montreal, and it was through the combined effort of the directors, animators, programmers, but also experts such as historians, anthropologists and linguistics, and even movement coaches, that allowed Ubisoft Montreal to give life to the Stone Age.”
It’s a really interesting video and shows off how much work it takes to research and create a stone age game – a lot of effort has gone into re-creating the prehistoric age in Far Cry Primal.
Far Cry Primal is coming to Playstation 4 and Xbox One on February 23rd. It’ll arrive on PCs a week later on March 1st.