We're still a couple of days away from the full reveal trailer for Far Cry 5, but Ubisoft is ramping up its drip of teasers with the first piece of promotional art for the game. The art (via IGN)not only gives us a look at some of the characters we can expect in the game's Montana setting, but there's a hint at some of its darker themes here as well.
There's an obvious allusion here to da Vinci's "The Last Supper" — something we're sure won't cause any controversy at all. Gathered around the table are presumably some of the baddies we'll see in the game, their leader, and enough guns and ammunition to stock a (small) militia. Behind the group are some burning buildings among the mountains, foreshadowing the action to come.
Oh, and as if the religious overtones of the presentation weren't enough, we see a man tied up with the word "sinner" scrawled across his back.
Our first look at Far Cry 5 in action will come on May 26. Until then, you can stoke your hype with the teaser below, released earlier this week.
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