Far Cry 6 is ready to introduce players to the realm of Yaran, an embattled Caribbean island-state governed by dictatorial tyrant El Presidente Antón Castillo (Giancarlo Esposito) (Giancarlo Esposito).
To take back the island, players will have to combine with Libertad, an army of guerilla fighters, and learn the art of “Resolver.”
We got to witness a lot of the new systems in our first hands-on preview, including new stealth dynamics, animal companions Chorizo and Guapo, and brand new super-weapons dubbed Supremos.
Ubisoft’s next game appears to provide players more options than ever before. Let’s get started with Far Cry 6. There’s a lot to digest in this game.
You’ll need the best equipment you can get to play as Dani Rojas (players can opt to play as a woman or a male).
However, sometimes you’ll have to make do with what you’ve got instead of coming into an unique stockpile or a plethora of gear.
To evolve into a one-person army in Far Cry 6, you’ll need to craft your most formidable weapons.
Cuba’s real-world “resolver” attitude informs Yaran culture: use everything and anything at your disposal to achieve the goal/objective that has been set. You must adopt these tactics as a seasoned mercenary and revolutionary in order to keep one step ahead of Castillo’s massive military force.
In other terms, you’ll become a “guerilla resolver.” You’ll probably accumulate a lot of seemingly useless trash and mechanical pieces while out and about.
These items can be brought to your mentor, Juan Cortez, and turned into powerful weapons.
Dani may be seen in the gameplay footage carrying a motorcycle engine-powered minigun and causing chaos on their weaker opponents.
You’ll also most likely see a homing missile-throwing backpack wreaking havoc on the environment.
Far Cry 6 embraces the absurdity of craftable weapons, allowing you to play out your own badass action-movie fantasies.
You can even holster your weapon – for the first time in franchise history! – to take a more passive approach to exploration and navigation when you’re not in the mood to stoke the flames of chaos and bloodshed.
While we’re sure there will be more bizarre weaponry and gear to design, we’ll have to wait and see what Ubisoft has planned for future trailers and updates.
Far Cry 6 has been delayed, but it will still be released in 2021 for next-gen and current-gen consoles, as well as PC and Stadia.