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You'll be able to ride bears into battle in Far Cry Primal

Ever wanted to ride a grizzly into a battlefield?

Or train your own wolf to urinate on the corpse of your fallen foe?

Or plunge a stone headed axe into the vulnerable flesh of... you get the idea. 

Far Cry Primal looks set to live up to its name, with the new trailer demonstrating some of the most brutish and brilliant features the expansive stone age adventure is set to offer.

It's a far cry from your average shoot'em'up.

Far Cry Primal arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 23 February



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