Far Cry's multiplayer has, in the past, had the capacity to something a little bit special, so it's no wonder whenever Ian Higton's had a chance to speak to the developers of Far Cry 4 he's hassled them about how that part of the game is going to take shape. They're yet to fully reveal what it'll involve - and they've kindly refrained from getting a restraining order from Ian - but they did let slip that it'll be asymmetrical multiplayer.

Such a big word! But what does it mean, especially in the context of Far Cry? Ian had a little think, and you can see what he came up with below.

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