New Far Cry 6 delayed, possible release date set for 2021

Ubisoft released a statement stating that the (COVID-19) pandemic affected Far Cry 6’s development cycle; resulting in a lot of “production challenges”. It’s safe to say that my heart has broken into a million pieces.

The official Far Cry 6 Twitter account added to the statement to clarify that the development team has more time now to work on the game.

“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.”

The Far Cry 6 story

The story of Far Cry 6 will take place in Yara, a Cuban inspired country. You play as Dani Rojas, a character who leads a rebellion for freedom against Anton Castillo, a dictator played by the brilliant Emmy-nominated actor Giancarlo Esposito.

Esposito also revealed that the sixth addition to the series will have more than one ending; you will get to decide what happens to his character.

The Far Cry games are known to be visual masterpieces and so much fun; there are several missions with RPG elements giving players the perfect mixture of humour and blood sports action.

Watch: Far Cry 6 trailer

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot had spoken about the possibility of a Far Cry 6 delay before stating that:

“It notably reflects the possibility that we decide to postpone the release of a AAA title to 2021-22 if it ensures to maximize the long-term potential of our line-up”.

So this shouldn’t come as no surprise to us, but it does still hurt a bit. Far Cry 6 was originally going to be released on 18 February 2021 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, and PlayStation 5.

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