Far Cry 6 embraces zany, explosive insanity – craft makeshift weapons from collected scraps or seize one of many many “Amigos For Rent” earlier than you set out on one other bombastic escapade. We’ve seen the lovable Dachshund, Chorizo, and his semiaquatic reptilian counterpart, Guapo. However what different animals will assist you to wage struggle towards Antón Castillo and his militaristic goons? At present, a brand new companion obtained a cinematic/gameplay trailer. Meet Chicharrón, the savage rooster!
Titled “Chicharrón Run,” Far Cry 6’s newest footage offers us a tiny glimpse into the chicken’s tragic backstory. Whereas lazing away on a seaside, Chicharrón is captured and caged. When he lastly sees the sunshine of day once more, he’s compelled to commerce the tender sands of paradise for the coarse grime of a cockfighting area. He ultimately escapes – pursued by trigger-happy Yaran troopers – and finds his calling alongside protagonist Dani and their crew of armed guerrilla revolutionaries. Donning two fashionable spike chokers, Chicharrón can deal with his enemies to the bottom and … peck them to dying? What do you suppose occurs to the guard he assaults within the video above?
Far Cry 6 could be a wild trip, but it surely’s additionally a tribute to the tradition and variety of Cuba. Narrative director Navid Khavari talked with us about Ubisoft Toronto’s boots-on-the-ground method to staying real to the guerrilla philosophy/mentality, “We obtained to fulfill with the locals and discover the tradition and the variety, however we additionally obtained to speak to precise guerrillas who fought within the revolution there,” Khavari stated. “There are all kinds of causes folks will be a part of up and combat in a guerilla revolution. Some wish to shoot weapons and really feel that adrenaline kick, whereas others wish to do it for the nation and for the flag. I believe that dynamic was actually fascinating narratively.”
Far Cry 6 launches for PlayStation 5, Xbox Collection X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, PC, and Mac on October 7.
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