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Far Cry 6
Far Cry 6

PC | PlayStation 4 | PlayStation 5 | Xbox One | Xbox Series X
Genre: First Person Shooter
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
7th October 2021
Wednesday, 30 November 2022
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:54am 30/11/22 | 0 Comments
Overnight Ubisoft has revealed a number of updates around Far Cry 6, including a whole new expansion, Lost Between Worlds, which is coming December 6. The gaming giant also announced that available from now, a free trial to play Far Cry 6 on all available platforms was in effect and that anyone upgrading from trial to retail would not lose any progress made via the taste tester.


Title Update 6 is now available, and players can return to Yara and relive their favourite missions stronger than ever with the highly-anticipated addition of New Game+ mode, allowing them to bring their endgame gear and weapons back to the start of their next playthrough. Title Update 6 also introduces a Completionist Aid feature, providing players with guided assistance in uncovering all of Yara’s hidden secrets.
And as far as the new expansion is concerned, think Blood Dragon or Lost on Dawn from previous Far Cry entries and you get a sense for what to expect, but here's a handy trailer:


In Far Cry 6: Lost Between Worlds, players will begin a thrilling new chapter of Dani Rojas’ story, set in a fractured version of Yara. Following their exploration of a mysterious meteorite impact site, Dani will discover themselves in a twisted space between worlds accompanied by a noncorporeal lifeform named Fai. Players will need to repair Fai’s broken spacecraft by collecting five lost shards, each increasing Dani’s overall stats for survivability, bringing them one step closer to escape.

To recover the missing shards, players will need to rely on their guerrilla skills to navigate through 15 challenging and intense trials called Rifts, where they must defeat Shardfaces, humanoid and animal crystalline enemies, lurking around every corner. In each distinctive Rift, such as a shattered fortress suspended in the sky and an underwater Esperanza full of deadly traps, players will encounter different dangers and otherworldly obstacles. Players can choose how they approach each Rift and will uncover powerful weapons and tools along the way, and collect energy fragments scattered throughout the area, allowing them to revive and retry a Rift, if necessary. With multiple branching paths, platforming exploration, and intense moment-to-moment action, the roguelite-inspired gameplay will have players’ runs feeling unique each time as they master this twisted world. Upon mission completion, players will receive Fai’s powerful gear and will be able to take it back to Yara for an ethereal edge in the ongoing fight against the regime.
Lost Between Worlds is out December 6 for the standalone price of $29.95 AUD or as part of the Upgrade Pass and Ubisoft+ for PC.

Stay tuned for more on Far Cry 6 and its continued road map right here on AusGamers.
Friday, 5 August 2022
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:50pm 05/08/22 | 0 Comments
Far Cry 6 is currently free to play, with non-paid access to the game winding up on August 8 at 4:00am AEST, across all platforms. This free option also coincides with a Photo Mode contest all players can enter that closes on August 13 at precisely 1:59am AEST.

All game progression gained from the free weekend will carry over to any purchase of the game, which has had a number of updates and content drops since its initial launch in October of 2021. Here's what comes with the Ubisoft initiative:
Those who want to continue their fight against Antón Castillo’s regime in Far Cry 6 will keep their game progression and enjoy discounts on the game, Season Pass and DLCs:
  • PC via Ubisoft Store: From now until August 16, players can get 60 percent off Standard, Gold and Ultimate editions of the game, 50 percent off the Season Pass and all three DLCs, as well as receive an additional $7.99 AUD credit in their Ubisoft Store account to use towards their next purchase when they pick up Far Cry 6 during the promotional period. More information can be found by visiting: store.ubisoft.com.
  • PC via Epic Games Store: From now until August 8, players can get 60 percent off all editions of the game, and 50 percent off the Season Pass and all three DLCs.
  • Xbox: From now until August 15, players can get 60 percent off Standard and Gold editions of the game, and 50 percent off the Season Pass.
  • PlayStation: From now until August 17, players can get 55 percent off the Deluxe edition** and 60 percent off the Ultimate edition of the game, as part of PlayStation Store’s Summer Sale.

    Additionally, Far Cry 6 announced a Photo Mode contest, starting today and ending on August 13 at 1:59 p.m. AEST. To participate, players worldwide*** can use the photo mode feature to post an in-game photo, video or GIF that best captures their “summer vibe” on Twitter, Instagram or TikTok. All entries must include the hashtag #FarCry6FreeWeekendContest for a chance to win exciting prizes, including AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT graphics cards, Far Cry 6 collector figurines, Tobii eye trackers and Corsair headsets. Five winners will be selected by the Far Cry 6 community development team and 10 winners will be randomly selected from all valid submissions. For official rules, please visit: www.FarCry6.com/Contest.
In our review of the game we lauded the its stunning visuals, menacing big bad and the breadth of its content, but also highlighted flawed AI, an aggro animal ecology and a story full of plot holes as glaring negatives.
Wednesday, 2 February 2022
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:30am 02/02/22 | 0 Comments
Ubisoft definitely knows its audience. At least where the Far Cry crowd is concerned. Whether it's securing the underrated Michael Beinh and tapping into neon dreams with the fan-favourite Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon expansion, or just sorting out the required license agreements to add in some Rambo film franchise flair to Far Cry 6 to, you know, further contextualise just 'blowin' shit up', the studio knows what its doing.



And so from today, a free mission dubbed "All the Blood" inspired by Rambo is available to play within Far Cry 6, and pretty much just amplifies what this Far Cry in particular is all about.
In “All the Blood”, players will be meet and help a Rambo superfan against the Yaran military in a blood-soaked rampage of vengeance straight out of an 80’s action blockbuster, blending stealth with over-the-top action and references to iconic Rambo moments. Upon completing the mission, players will unlock the Vengeance Bow, a deadly explosive weapon effective against helicopters and heavy units. Upon unlocking the Vengeance Bow, it will be available to use permanently within the main game.
There's also a new Rambo Bundle available for purchase for the game, which gives you a bunch of Rambo-inspired gear if you go in for that sort of thing.
Wednesday, 6 October 2021
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:43pm 06/10/21 | 1 Comments
If you're looking for a game that serves you up a heady amount of content to really bite into, Far Cry 6 is it. But is it the best game this year? We've taken it through its review paces to answer this question and more as true revolutionaries.

Here's a snippet from our review:
It’s full of secrets and things to do that, while a bit checklist-y here and there, are all varied and interesting. There’s less “rinse, repeat” in Far Cry 6 and the various tools you have at your disposal feel genuine and useful. It can be pretty annoying when you’re caught out on foot because of the sheer size of the game, but it’s been designed in such a way that a new mode of transport is never far away, nor are the options to steal and add to your livery -- be it quads, cars, trucks, planes, choppers or horses.

Structurally, in the vanilla experience I mentioned earlier, you’ve played this before if you’re at all familiar with this franchise. And like so many other Far Cry outings, the game’s knife’s edge approach to gritty and grounded storytelling is consistently out performed by its over-the-top ridiculousness. There’s a sense, sometimes, that this is deliberate. But there’s a larger issue with going all in on the dread of a big-bad like Castillo and the oppression he creates, where revolution no longer feels like a justifiable cause, nor a sharp enough hook.
Click here for our Far Cry 6 review.

Thursday, 23 September 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:08pm 23/09/21 | 1 Comments
With Far Cry 6's use of hybrid ray-traced reflections exclusive to the PC version. Where with Ubisoft's partnership with AMD it will support FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) to boost performance when the effect is turned on. As to why consoles are missing our on those sweet traced rays of light? Well, the development team is focused on delivering 4K 60fps as opposed to pure fidelity.

Ubisoft confirmed the above in a statement made to Tech Radar.
"Ray Tracing is a PC-only feature. On console our objective has been to take advantage of new hardware capabilities, optimizing performance targeting 4K and achieving 60 FPS for instance, all while ensuring that the experience on the previous generation of console would remain consistent."

Interestingly, even though NVIDIA's GeForce range has proven to be the most efficient at rendering high-end ray-tracing effects, Far Cry won't feature DLSS on the account of AMD's own up-scaling tech.

Ray-tracing has of course been a feature in this new generation of consoles, as seen in the impressive Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart on PS5.

For more on Far Cry 6 be sure to check out our recent hands-on preview and developer interview.
Monday, 13 September 2021
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:51pm 13/09/21 | 0 Comments
We are closing in on the release of the next major installment in Ubisoft's much-loved Far Cry series, Far Cry 6. We know the game's PC specs, and we've played the heck out of it. We've also spoken at length with members of the Ubisoft Toronto team. So we're a bit intimate with the whole affair.

And now, overnight Ubi has dropped all the info you need to know about the game's lengthy post-release content roadmap, which features some seriously cool pop-culture crossovers, and the re-release of a cult classic.



And this is relatively normal now. Ubsioft treats almost all of their premium products as live services for punters, with different tiers of investment, but largely the biggest takeaway is that the gaming giant's worlds don't readily come to an end after an initial credits roll. Especially for games of the open-world variety. Here's what it Ubi to share:
In addition to the Season Pass, which includes three DLC episodes where players will delve into the minds of legendary Far Cry villains, Far Cry 6 has revealed an extensive content roadmap to bring a steady stream of fresh content to the game following its release on October 7, 2021.

With the Season Pass, players will take control of the series’ most notorious villains: Vaas Montenegro, Pagan Min and Joseph Seed – all played by the original cast. Over the course of three DLC releases, players will embody a different villain struggling to escape the horrors of their own minds in a brand new “die and retry” experience inspired by the roguelite genre. Starting with nothing more than a pistol to defend themselves, players will need to find new weapons and unlock power-ups to become stronger and progress deeper into the depths of the villains’ psyches. Blending intense action and storytelling, each DLC will provide a unique opportunity to better understand each villain’s past, personal demons and motivations.

The Far Cry 6 Season Pass is included with the Far Cry 6 Gold, Ultimate and Collector Editions, and is available for purchase separately for $69.95. The Season Pass includes:
  • Three DLC episodes, playable solo or co-op with a friend – even if they do not own the Season Pass.
    • Episode 1: “Vaas: Insanity” planned for release in November 2021
    • Episode 2: “Pagan: Control” planned for release in January 2022
    • Episode 3: “Joseph: Collapse” planned for release in March 2022
  • Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon*. On Windows PC, Season Pass holders will receive the original game released in 2013, while console and Stadia players will receive Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon: Classic Edition.
  • The Blood Dragon Set, which includes seven items usable in the Far Cry 6 main game:
    • One outfit: Blood Dragon Gear Set
    • Two weapons: AJM9 and Kobracon
    • One vehicle: Omega Enforcer
    • One weapon charm: KillStar
    • One Fang for Hire: K-9000
    • One vehicle Chibi: Blood Dragon Chibi
Additionally, the fight for a free Yara will continue with the addition of regular, free content, expanding on the Far Cry 6 universe after the release of the game. Playable in solo or two-player co-op, this robust mix of content will include:
  • Weekly insurgencies: Every week starting from launch – and available after the completion of the main campaign – partisans of Antón Castillo will rise across the island of Yara and pose new threats for players to eliminate. Players will need to track them down and upon completion, they can also earn some new gear updates.
  • 6 Special Operations: Taking place in unique new areas in the world, these operations will introduce new gameplay mechanics as players must snatch highly unstable chemical weapons from Antón’s arms dealers and get to the extraction point before it overheats. First two locations – Mesozoico and Maceo – will be available at launch and other 4 maps will be upcoming additionally.
  • 3 crossover missions featuring guest stars and beloved brands – Danny Trejo®, Rambo and Stranger ThingsTM.
There will be more to come as the Far Cry 6 development team is committed to building and improving on the core experience with new, yet to be revealed content.
That's a lot of Far Cry to look forward to after the game's initial launch. And if words aren't really your thing, watch a trailer highlighting all of the above, embedded below. Stay tuned here, too, as we have more AusGamers-specific Far Cry 6 content still to come.


Friday, 3 September 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:32am 03/09/21 | 2 Comments
Ubisoft are gearing up for Far Cry 6's launch next month (check out our in-depth hands-on preview) and today we've got a good look at the PC version. Partnering with AMD, Far Cry 6 on PC will support hybrid ray-traced reflections, ray-traced shadows, ultrawide resolutions, an uncapped frame-rate, and more. The more being AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution for performance.

As seen in this PC features trailer, that also highlights the very cool accessibility options coming.


  • Uncapped framerate
  • In-depth customization options
  • Hybrid input and extended control customization
  • Multi-monitor and widescreen support
  • In-game benchmark for performance analysis
  • DirectX Raytracing (DXR)
  • AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution Support

  • And with that we've got the hardware requirements split into different resolution and effects modes.
    MINIMUM PC SETTINGS

    1080p, 30 FPS, DirectX Raytracing Off
      CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 1200 – 3.1 GHZ or Intel i5-4460 – 3.2 GHZ
      GPU: AMD RX 460 – 4 GB or NVIDIA GTX 960 – 4 GB
      RAM: 8 GB (Dual-channel mode)
      Storage: 60 GB HDD (SSD Recommended)

    RECOMMENDED PC SETTINGS

    1080p, 60 FPS, DirectX Raytracing Off
      CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X – 3.8 GHZ or Intel i7-7700 – 3.6 GHZ
      GPU: AMD RX VEGA64 – 8 GB or NVIDIA GTX 1080 – 8 GB
      RAM: 16 GB (Dual-channel mode)
      Storage: 60 GB HDD (SSD Recommended)

    1440p, 60 FPS, DirectX Raytracing Off
      CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X – 3.8 GHZ or Intel i7-9700 – 3.6 GHZ
      GPU: AMD RX 5700XT – 8 GB or NVIDIA RTX 2070 SUPER – 8 GB
      RAM: 16 GB (Dual-channel mode)
      Storage: 60 GB HDD (SSD Recommended) + 37 GB for HD textures (optional)

    1440p, 60 FPS, DirectX Raytracing On
      CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X – 3.7 GHZ or Intel i5-10600 – 4.1 GHZ
      GPU: AMD RX 6900XT – 16 BG or NVIDIA RTX 3070 – 8 GB
      RAM: 16 GB (Dual-channel mode)
      Storage: 60 GB HDD (SSD Recommended) + 37 GB for HD textures (optional)

    4K, 30 FPS, DirectX Raytracing On
      CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X – 3.7 GHZ or Intel i7-10700k – 3.8 GHZ
      GPU: AMD RX 6800 – 16 GB or NVIDIA RTX 3080 – 10 GB
      RAM: 16 GB (Dual-channel mode)
      Storage: 60 GB HDD (SSD Recommended) + 37 GB for HD textures (optional)
    Wednesday, 1 September 2021
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:07am 01/09/21 | 0 Comments
    If you're jockeying for a familiar ride, Far Cry 6 might just take you down a path of familiarity. It definitely plays like a traditional Far Cry outing -- large open-world, super-villain-esque err... villain. Big guns. Big explosions. Co-op. Lots of vehicles -- the works. But beneath that familiar sheen lies a number of small things designed to freshen up the experience, and to potentially change it in fundamental ways.

    How do we know this? Well, not only have we played the game, we also had a chance to chat with the game's lead gameplay designer, David Grivel about what we played.

    Here's a snippet:
    “So I like that we have these ingredients, because now chaos is either something that you want to embrace -- and we have many systems for you to do so -- or you can decide to holster your weapon and not be the centre of attention,” David says. “And that's the first time [we’ve done] this in this brand. And I'm saying, just to finish, that this ties to the guerilla [side of the game], because in my mind, guerilla warfare is usually about ambushing. And if you holster your weapon, now you have... as the player you have the autonomy, you have the agency to trigger combat when you feel like it."
    Click here for our hands-on preview and developer interview feature.
    Thursday, 26 August 2021
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:34pm 26/08/21 | 0 Comments
    Not to be confused with these lambs (sorry, no other stories involving lions), Far Cry 6's latest trailer focuses on the game's lauded new baddie, Antón Castillo (played brilliantly so far by Giancarlo Esposito), and the oppression his regime applies to the game's new island playspace, Yara.

    Which presents a two-faced point of view of the dictator who, like many real-world despots he's based off, holds court with his own hubris in that even the bad, provided it outcomes in his own logic of good, is worth it and therefore certainly isn't wrong. Yep, circular logic is where it's all at, and it's seemingly how the world of Yara shapes ahead of your jaunt through it.

    We'll have a lot more on Far Cry 6 soon, so continue to stay tuned, for now though, watch the new story trailer embedded below.

    Tuesday, 1 June 2021
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:11pm 01/06/21 | 0 Comments
    We already did our own deep-dive developer interview feature on Far Cry 6, covering all manner of topics such as the size of the new game-world, its ecology and overall dynamism, among much more, we didn't get super-deep on how its politically-driven setting works. Thankfully, Ubisoft has cleared the air and given an honest take on what players can expect, with the game's creative director, Navid Khavari, who has experienced real-life revolution declaring: "I have debated revolution over the dinner table my entire life. I can only speak for myself, but it is a complex subject that should never be boiled down to one quote".

    You can read the full statement here, but here's a snippet:
    In our approach we made sure to seek creators and collaborators for our team who can speak personally to the history and cultures of the regions we were inspired by. We also brought on experts and consultants to examine the game story multiple times over the course of the project to make sure it was being told with sensitivity. It is not for me to decide if we succeeded, but I can say we absolutely tried.
    Again, our in-depth interview feature has stacks more information, and stay tuned for a video deep-dive soon, but it's great to see a creator and their team being as forthcoming as this.





    Saturday, 29 May 2021
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:33am 29/05/21 | 0 Comments
    We had a chance to chat with Far Cry 6 world director, Ben Hall, from Ubisoft Toronto and got deep on what makes the game's stomping ground nation of Yara tick.

    There's a lot to ingest here, but boy is it exciting in prospect, starting with the game-world here being the biggest ever in the franchise. Now hopefully they've filled it appropriately.

    Here's a snippet from our interview feature:
    “[With emergent play] we definitely utilise similar elements of that philosophy with Far Cry 6,” Ben concludes. “There's always this sensation of, “oh, what's around the corner?”, or “what's just over that ridge?” And tapping into some of the real-life landscapes that we were able to reference from the Caribbean. And then on top of that, we've got the guerrilla paths, which is our network of paths that lead throughout the landscape. And we're able to guide the player to some extent, with some of these guerrilla paths to some of the best vantage points, to some of the nicest vistas in the game, and allow them to really experience the breathtaking world of Yara.

    "[And] when it comes to exploring the world of Yara, we very much looked at how we can expose different elements of the world to the player. I want to make sure that they feel like they're learning the world with Dani...
    Click here for our full Far Cry 6 deep-dive.
    Thursday, 27 May 2021
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:17pm 27/05/21 | 0 Comments
    As we approach the E3 period of the year, publishers are scrambling to unleash torrents of information regarding new, known and updating releases for the remainder of 2021 and beyond. One massive title we're really excited by, and want to now a lot more about is the next major entry in Ubisoft's much-loved Far Cry series, with official news punters can tune in to watch the Far Cry 6 gameplay reveal trailer this May 29, 2:30AM AEST.

    Originally revealed via a CG trailer that posed way more questions than answers, Far Cry 6 has been a radar-heavy "must see" title for 2021 and promises to lay claim to the coveted "Most Anticipated Game of 2021" title we just made up, right here.

    Here's Ubi's official word on Far Cry 6:
    Far Cry 6 is an open-world first-person shooter that plunges players into the heart of a modern-day guerrilla revolution set in Yara, a tropical paradise frozen in time under the oppressive rule of President Antón Castillo (Giancarlo Esposito). As he vows to restore his nation to its former glory while grooming his son Diego (Anthony Gonzalez) to follow in his footsteps, players will embody Dani Rojas, a local military dropout turned guerrilla fighter in their quest to overthrow the tyrant and unite the nation.
    You can watch the reveal via YouTube, or via Twitch Ubi (and Twitch Xbox).

    Check out that CG trailer embedded below. We should also mention we'll have in-depth coverage coming after the reveal takes place, having had an early peek at what's happening in the world of Yara ahead of time. So stay tuned!


    Friday, 30 October 2020
    Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:51am 30/10/20 | 0 Comments
    Far Cry 6, after its recent reveal, was on track for release February 18, 2021 across current-gen and next-gen. Overnight Ubisoft announced that both Far Cry 6 and the still-without-a-date Rainbow Six Quarantine have been pushed back to the next fiscal year which runs from April 2021 through March 2022.

    In the case of Far Cry the official Twitter account posted the following.



    Which states, "While we know you are all anxious to get your hands on Far Cry 6, we want to let you know that we've been given more time to allow us to make this game you aspire to play while focusing on the well being of our teams in this unprecedented global context." Pointing to the ongoing global pandemic as the reasoning behind the move. Adding, "Our teams around the world are working in the studios and from their homes to pour their passion and creativity into making an unforgettable game - one we hope you will love."

    No new date has been set, which is good news in that it'll be ready when its ready.
    Monday, 13 July 2020
    Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:17am 13/07/20 | 0 Comments
    As reported earlier, but only as a 'maybe', Far Cry 6 from Ubisoft is indeed real in its sixth official form, this time coming from the team at Ubisoft Toronto and taking place during what appears to be a massive civil uprising in a fictional setting, most likely based on real-world Cuba.

    "Paradise has a Price" is the game's catchphrase and will be coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC February 18, 2021.
    With performances from renowned actor and Emmy Award Nominee Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul, The Boys, The Mandalorian) joined by Anthony Gonzalez (Coco), a score created by film and television composer Pedro Bromfman (Narcos), and an opening sequence directed by Emmy Award winner Patrick Clair (Westworld, True Detective), Far Cry 6 brings in Hollywood-calibre talent to bolster the narrative experience.

    Developed by Ubisoft Toronto, Far Cry 6 plunges players into the heart of a modern-day guerrilla revolution set in Yara, a tropical paradise frozen in time. President Antón Castillo (Esposito) vows to restore his country to its former glory while grooming his son Diego (Gonzalez) to follow in his footsteps. Yet paradise has a price, and enriching his country means subjugating those who don’t adhere to his vision. In this island nation in turmoil, players will experience the adrenaline and chaos of guerrilla combat as they are swept up in a revolutionary movement to take down a tyrant.
    “Powerful and complex antagonists are part of Far Cry’s DNA, so right from the beginning we knew we had to raise the bar for who these characters could be and how they would come to life,” said Navid Khavari, Narrative Director, Ubisoft Toronto. “Working with such an amazing roster of talent, including the one and only Giancarlo Esposito, and seeing how they embody our antagonists as terrifying but also deeply complex human characters has been an unbelievable experience that I can’t wait to share with our fans.”
    Players will be able to play as either male or female Dani Rojas, a local Yaran swept up in a revolution against Antón Castillo. As Dani, players will become a guerrilla fighter and explore and unite an entire island nation, from lush jungles to Yara’s capital city Esperanza. To succeed against the overwhelming power of Anton’s regime, players will need to be resourceful as they employ an arsenal of unique new weapons, vehicles and Fangs For Hire like Chorizo, the cutest wiener dog on wheels.

    Ubisoft also announced that Gold, Ultimate and Collector’s Editions for Far Cry 6 will be available for pre-order:
    • The Gold Edition will include the base game and the Season Pass.

      The Ultimate Edition will include the base game, the Season Pass, and the Ultimate pack, which includes Jungle Expedition pack, the Croc Hunter pack, and the Vice pack.

    • The Collector’s Edition will include the base game, Season Pass, the Ultimate pack, a high-end replica of “Tostador”, the flamethrower weapon from the game**** (7 parts to be assembled, length: 72cm), a “How to Assemble” one-pager artwork illustrated by famous artist Tobatron, a unique Collector’s Case based on Tobatron’s iconic art style, an exclusive Steelbook®, a 64-page Artbook, a set of 10 stickers, a Chorizo keyring, a map and a selected Soundtrack of the Game.
    Fans who pre-order Far Cry 6 will get access to the Libertad Pack which includes the “Libertad Outfit” for Chorizo and the state-of-the-art “Discos Locos”, a weaponized disc launcher that will make enemies dance on their own graves.
    Additionally, if you get a copy of the game on either PS4 or Xbox One and upgrade either system at home respectively, you can upgrade to the next-gen version of the game free of charge.

    Watch a trailer for the game embedded below, and stay tuned for more as it become available.