'Far Cry 3' trailer introduces villainous savages Vaas and Buck

A new trailer for Far Cry 3 profiles two of the more cutthroat villains players will find themselves up against, the muscled and tattooed Vaas and the gun-toting Australian chatterbox Buck.

The trailer, posted below, details these two formidable foes. Vaas is ruthless, dousing a group of tourists - including the player - with gasoline and then lighting them on fire without a second thought. Buck, on the other hand, is less the physical brute and more psychological in his approach to murder.

"You live in this jungle, you die in this jungle," as Buck says.

Far Cry 3 is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on November 29th.

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