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Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC coming March 10

Ubisoft has confirmed the Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC is coming on March 10.
The second DLC pack for Far Cry will arrive early next month, Ubisoft has confirmed.
The Valley of the Yetis DLC is set in the aftermath of a helicopter crash and Ajay is thrown into conflict with a rather otherworldly foe – the yetis.
You have no shelter and no way off the mountain, but just when you find a camp, you’ll be required to fight for it.
“Beyond the supernatural twist and beasts, Ajay will have to contend with a group of violent cultists, whose regular assists will require an arsenal of weapons and fortifications to fend off,” explains Ubisoft. “The enemy is after a secret that lies in the heart of the Valley, and as Ajay discovers their motives, he’ll have to fight a mystic evil that runs deeper than anything he’s seen before.”
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Ubisoft also revealed that the entire Valley of the Yetis DLC can be played in co-op. Your pal takes on the role of Hurk, giving you some more of his classic anecdotes.
The Valley of the Yetis DLC will be available as part of the Season Pass, or it can be purchased as a standalone pack.
If you do buy the season pass, you’ll also get The Syringe, the single-player campaign Escape from Durgesh Prison, the Hurk Deluxe Pack and Overrun multiplayer mode.
The Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC will be available for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3.

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