Far Cry 6 is an open world first person shooter developed and published by Ubisoft.
It is set in the island nation of Yara, a fictional version of Cuba, where a revolution attempts to fight back against the ruthless dictator Anton Castillo (played by Giancarlo Esposito).
Watch Anton Castillo's actor give some very questionable gameplay advice and confirm whether Diego is Far Cry 3's Vaas or not.
Ubisoft's open world shooter franchise is back with another mainline entry- here's everything you need to know about it.
Pet dogs, horses and even pelicans in the latest game in the franchise, as well as use them to your advantage in combat.
Ubisoft's latest open world title in on track to release on October 7th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC and Google Stadia.
Venture across Yara, allying with different rebel groups to fight and liberate the island from the rule of Anton Castillo.
Ubisoft's upcoming open world first person shooter will have a download size of 38.945 GB on the PS5, with pre-loads set to begin two days before launch.
Those who purchase the game on PS4 or Xbox One will be able to upgrade to the PS5 or Xbox Series X/S versions for no additional cost.
You'll need a minimum of 8 GB RAM and 60 GB of installation space to run the game. An additional 37 GB is also needed for HD textures.
New trailer also showcases Photo Mode which allows for adjusting brightness, contrast and weather settings for pictures.
Follow Dani Rojas as they explore the El Este region and partake in activities, from rescuing prisoners to raising hell with Chicaharrón the rooster.
After nearly five hours with Far Cry 6, we can't wait to dive into the full game.
Ubisoft will provide the first ever look at the Xbox Series X version. The open world shooter launches October 7th for previous and current gen platforms.
Following the death of their loved ones, Dani Rojas trains in the art of guerrilla fighting and looks to take revenge against Anton Castillo.
Ubisoft Toronto is the lead but Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Shanghai are some of the other studios also working on the title.
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Narrative director Navid Khavara speaks about the fictional island nation of Yara, its inspirations, and more of what players can expect from it.
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Utilize crossbows, throwing axes, rocket launchers and heavy ordinance backpacks to wreak havoc on Anton Castillo's regime.
Antagonists Vaas, Pagan Min and Joseph Seed from previous titles will be playable in their own adventures as part of the Season Pass.
Yes, Vaas is indeed back. A YouTube ad reveals past Far Cry villains as playable characters in their own DLC adventures.
When exploring guerrilla camps, while using the Supremo Backpack, and during cutscenes, Far Cry 6 will shift to a third person camera- here's why.
The title "formerly known as Rainbow Six Quarantine" is finally getting more details along with Riders Republic, Far Cry 6 and more.
The developers decided to drop the series staple in order to focus entirely on the shooter's main campaign.
Following recent controversial statements, narrative director Navid Khavari now issues an elaborate statement on the politics of Far Cry 6.
Here are all the biggest new details on Ubisoft's upcoming open world first person shooter.
Ubisoft has previously said that the shooter is going to have a larger open world than any other previous Far Cry entry.
Narrative director Navid Khavari says the shooter is "drawing inspiration from guerilla movements around the world and throughout history" but "doesn't want to make a political statement."
Narrative director Navid Khavari says it's "important to maintain the notion that you can go in any direction once Yara opens up."
Ubisoft is also cautious about not abandoning previous generation consoles "in any way." It will "target maximum quality" on all of them.
New trailer puts focuses on the female version of Dani Rojas, while also revealing new details on the shooter's narrative.
There are 49 different weapons available, each customizable with different augments. Weapons can also be upgraded after crafting.
Ubisoft shows off the upcoming first person shooter's world, vehicles, weapons, and much more.
Take down enemies with a CD launcher, use a jet pack to burn them or launch a mortar strike from your backpack among other things.
Ubisoft will be providing the first proper look at gameplay for the upcoming first person shooter later this week.
Far Cry UK on Twitter has also been active recently, tweeting quotes and other assorted propaganda from antagonist Anton Castillo.
Ubisoft touts a "solid and well-diversified line-up" with premium and F2P titles.
Ubisoft's Ted Timmins says to wait "just for a bit longer" for gameplay.
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The game was recently delayed from its February launch date.
Ubisoft has since revealed that it plans to launch both titles between April 2021 and September 2021.
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Here's everything we know right now about Ubisoft's upcoming shooter.
The game's Narrative Director talks going to Cuba for research.
In a first for the series, players won't be restricted to first person during cinematics.
"The verticality is a complete game-changer," says narrative director Navid Khavari.
Anton apparently will stick around longer than previous foes.
New screenshots also reveal the chaos that awaits in Yara.
The famed actor talks about his role as the antagonist in the next Far Cry game.
Giancarlo Esposito stars as the most Far Cry villain of all Far Cry villains.
Giancarlo Esposito's character offers a lesson on grenades and people to his son Diego.
Ubisoft releases a brief teaser after a leak of the game.
Giancarlo Esposito will star in what appears to be a Cuba like setting.
The rumored sequel will apparently be revealed at Ubisoft Forward on July 12th.
Esposito is willing to say much else about the game right now.
Allegedly, the game won't be set in the US.
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