Far Cry 6 is one of the most highly anticipated video games. The previous chapters of the game have been quite a success and the gamers are already addicted to the game. Far Cry 6 will be coming out soon and will have many new features.
The Gameplay will also be upgraded and the players will have a blast interacting with the characters of the game. Far Cry is the latest offering by the gaming developers that have the gaming community talking.
The game’s developers Ubisoft will be releasing the sixth edition of the successful series. The game has garnered a huge fanbase. The first installment of the game released in 2004 and since then the gamers have welcomed all the new installments with open arms.
Far Cry 6 Plot: What can you expect from the upcoming edition?
Far Cry 6 will have a huge contrast from Far Cry 5. The new and latest edition will be set in the frozen tropical world of Yara. The area is controlled by a dictator who is called Anton Castillo. The leading character of the game is voiced by the stellar performer and actor Giancarlo Esposito. The rulers’ aim is to restore Yana back to how the place used to be before. He is accompanied by his son Diego, and both of them have formed a revolution to reform Yana.
Players will be taking control of the activist and will be playing the protagonist Dani. They will be taking down Castillo and will be in charge of destroying the empire in Yana. There is not much information about the game as yet however there have been multiple leaks about the story of the new edition.
Far Cry 6 UK Release date
Far Cry 6 was set to release on 18th February 2021 for PlayStation 5, XBox, Series X/S, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Ubisoft has stated that the release date has been delayed and will not be coming out in April 2021. According to reports, the game will be releasing in March 2022.
Far Cry 6 Gameplay
This edition will be the first Far Cry game which will be set in the urban environment. Khavari revealed that in a recent interview:
“The verticality is a complete game-changer,” says narrative director Navid Khavari in the same aforementioned Ubisoft blog interview. “Being able to run across rooftops, use back alleys, fight against some of the toughest opponents in the game in this setting, I think is really unique and fresh.”
Players can expect to explore the adventurous life in Yara. Khavari revealed that he and the team of the game spent a month living in Cuba, and they found out a lot about the island so that they can make the game look more real. The fictional island will be very much like the islands of Yana. Khavari further explained:
“So when we were looking at making our fictional Yara, we loved this idea of the dynamic of ‘here’s an island that’s been under a blockade – that has these old vintage cars, and is almost a living postcard.