The classic Skill Tree, new gameplay mechanics, Fortresses and better side content are just some things we'd like to see in the sequel.
The extraction shooter will feature a similar game loop as other Far Cry titles, except with multiplayer and permadeath.
A known leaker has claimed that Ubisoft's next Far Cry title – which itself has been in the leaks recently – will get a simultaneous launch on the Switch's successor.
The game is allegedly being developed by Ubisoft Montreal on the Snowdrop engine, and will supposedly task players with rescuing their family from a conspiracy group within a limited amount of time.
One is a multiplayer-only extraction-based shooter reportedly set in the Alaskan wilderness, while the other seems to be single-player.
Reports of private equity firms like Blackstone Inc. and KKR & Co. having "preliminary takeover interest" in Ubisoft are also circulating.
Far Cry boss Dan Hay has left Ubisoft, and a new report claims that the series' next outing will adopt a live service model.
Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier believes that Far Cry 7 could be radically different from Far Cry 6, opening the door to further speculation.