"One reason is, even if we were to give out what you played today - even if we put invisible walls around it and said, here's the demo, you can go anywhere you like inside these walls and play it how you want - that's potentially right there eight-to-ten hours of gameplay," said Hocking.
"I don't know too many people who are willing to give away a 12-hour game for free"
Hocking then went on to confirm that the game is now almost complete and most of the work now is going into debugging and testing, commenting that when you have 100 men doing nothing but that then the work can get done really fast. Good to hear.
Ubisoft won't release Far Cry 2 demo
Posted on Tuesday, Jul 15 2008 @ 09:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Bit Tech reports Ubisoft isn't planning to release a demo of Far Cry 2: