Ubisoft has lifted the embargo for the final previews of Far Cry 6, and below you can find a video showing 30 minutes of new gameplay footage from its PC version. This video, while still compressed, is better than the previous leaked PC gameplay video we shared a couple of days ago.
As Ubisoft has noted, this PC gameplay footage from a preview build and does not represent the quality of the final product. However, I don’t really expect to see any major improvements in the final version. I mean, it won’t look as washed out as what we see here. Other than that, though, the graphics will be quite similar.
In Far Cry 6, players are immersed in the adrenaline-filled, chaotic world of a modern-day guerrilla revolution. The game will take place in Yara; a tropical paradise frozen in time. As dictator of Yara, Anton Castillo is intent on restoring his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps.
Players will assume the role of Dani Rojas; a local Yaran who will become a guerrilla fighter in order to liberate the nation.
Far Cry 6 promises to have the largest Far Cry playground to date. The game will have jungles, beaches and the capital city of Yara.
Players will jump into the action and chaos of guerrilla combat at the heart of a revolution. Players will also employ an arsenal of unique and surprising new weapons, vehicles, and animal companions in a fight against an unyielding military regime.
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