After the first information about Far Cry 6 was leaked recently, the first trailer of the game was also posted on the internet ahead of time.
The footage, which is in French, can be seen at this link and it will show the villain Anton Castillo, played by Giancarlo Esposito, talking to his son, Diego, during a protest on the island of Yara, a country inspired by Cuba that will be the setting of the Far Cry 6.
This cinematic trailer of Far Cry 6 is fully pre-rendered and does not show any gameplay scenes. The description of the title on the leaked PlayStation Store page indicates that Yara is a “tropical paradise frozen in time.”
Esposito will be played by Anton Castillo, a dictator who aims to rescue his nation’s former glory and put Diego, his son, in his place. The oppression of the dictator also put an ongoing revolution in the city.
The player will be put in the shoes of Dani Rojas, a character who aims to liberate the nation of Yara. The game promises to be the largest in the Far Cry series, combining stretches of jungle, beaches, and Esperanza, the capital of the fictional region. The player can again count on recruitable allies to face Castillo.
Finally, the listing also leaked details about the game’s release date will be launched on February 18, 2021, and that players who purchase the PlayStation 4 version will be able to upgrade it to a PlayStation 5 version for free – suggesting that the same must be true for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X consoles.
The first gameplay could arrive on the occasion of Ubisoft Forward, the digital appointment of the French giant scheduled for today, Sunday 12 July, at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET. We remind you that on this occasion you can also redeem a free copy of Watch Dogs 2.