We finally have the first details about Far Cry 6, and everything seems fascinating. We also got the chance to check all those crazy rumors and leaks, and find out more about the game.
The launch date published online is correct, and so we can assume its support for next-gen consoles will be true, as well. And that’s not all. Some believe that more details are going to be released in the coming motnhs. Here is what you need to know about one of the next year’s most awaited games.
Far Cry 6 Launch Date: When We Should Expect It
Far Cry 6 is going to be launched on February 18, 2021. The launch date emerged after an English translation of a PS Store listing. If you think this is good news, wait until you hear more.
Far Cry 6 Rumors and Leaks: What We Got So Far
Far Cry 6 came in everyone’s attention when the Hong Kong PS Store leaked its existence on July 10. That leak unveiled some essential details about the game, and we’re really thankful for them.
The leak also broke the news of an upgrade path for the next-gen consoles. According to Gamespot, those who purchase the digital variant for PS4 will obtain a free upgrade to the PS5 version. Such a thing resembles the Xbox Series X Smart Delivery, so we hope that Ubisoft will consider that option for those upgrading from Xbox One to Xbox Series X.
Far Cry 6 Released Trailer
Thanks to Ubisoft Forward, we got the world premiere of the first Far Cry 6 trailer, which has cinematic opening credits and offers an intro to Anton Castillo, his son, and the revolution that’s toppling his statue.
Unfortunately, the trailer doesn’t show any gameplay. However, it seems that the upcoming Far Cry 6 is focused on emphasizing how Esposito’s helping make the game a film experience. You can watch the trailer below.
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