“This project was undertaken to highlight the vast landscape and rich setting of the Stone Age era in Far Cry Primal,” Ubisoft PR manager Tom Goldberger said in a statement. “Nick has managed to immortalize, in stone, the beautiful, elegant designs of these iconic items with unbelievable accuracy.”
This isn’t the first over-the-top Far Cry promotion we’ve seen, as the winner of a Far Cry 4 contest got to travel to Nepal and play the game on Mt. Everest.
Far Cry Primal is scheduled to launch on February 23 for Xbox One and PS4, with the PC edition slated to come out on March 1.