Despite its status as a critic and fan-favorite, Ubisoft has no plans to develop a follow up to the first-person spoof of 1980s-era action films known as Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Ubisoft Montreal creative director Alex Hutchinson broke the sad news to IGN during a recent podcast, though he hinted that the developer might have something else up its sleeve. Something unexpected. "That's was what was cool about [Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon], it was surprising," Hutchinson remarked. "It was a great use of the Far Cry 3 base, and had an awesome soundtrack. But no, you won't get another one of those. But hopefully we'll be able to surprise you with something just as much."
Hutchinson offers no further details, nor any guarantees that this "something" is an actual product as opposed to a hypothetical thrown out by a developer put on the spot by IGN's podcast crew. Still, a hypothetical something is better than a concrete nothing.