This first Far Cry 4 DLC was promising on paper but in the end, it is absolutely not what the game needed to make us want to come back for more. Instead of proposing something fresh and new, the content is basically that of a Rogue-like in which you have to play the same mission over and over again to try to defeat the massive waves of ennemies. Since perma death has been added and the skills you must earn again (no matter what you did in the single player campaign) remain yours when you try again, the key to success is to farm. Playing co-op helps a little, but barely, since you'll still die and try again many times over. On top of that, there are no new locations to visit, making the timer the only true addition to the original game. Needless to say we find it a bit expensive for the package deal.
@alimokrane: dead, deep down situation. The dude din't had projects (rabbids, hat a load of shit) and then he had greenlight of hist pet dream BG&E and no time inbetween. don't expect it anytime soon. (44 minutes ago)
So what has happened to Michel Ancel's Wild? Seems like he can't finish his games recently.. Beyond Good and Evil 2, Wild... Sony's gone quiet on Wild (2 Hours ago)