Ubisoft Launches Far Cry Primal Contest Called CaveBnB, Winners Spend a Night in a Cave

January 18, 2016Written by Jason Dunning

Calling it CaveBnB, Ubisoft is holding a Twitter contest for Far Cry Primal where you and a friend can win a chance to travel to France and participate in expert survival training.

Open to residents of France, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Belgium, and the Netherlands who are 18 or older, the CaveBnB contest is on now and runs until the end of January 21. To win, “participants will have to show their primal instinct and prove in one tweet that they have what it takes to win the two day survival experience.” This involves using the hashtag #cavebnb and mentioning @farcrygame in your tweet explaining why you want to stay in the cave.

Ubisoft adds:

CaveBnB will give players the opportunity to experience the wild and untamed world of Far Cry Primal, while travelling back in time to the Stone Age to discover the extreme conditions in which our ancestors lived. The winner, accompanied by a person of their choice, will travel to an undisclosed location in France and participate in expert survival training, pushing them to their limits. By day, they will develop new skills, and by night, they will have to use them to survive.

You can see full details on the experience on the CaveBnB website, with full competition rules available over here, where they explain that part of the winnings include a night in a hotel and paid meals.

Far Cry Primal releases on February 23 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.