Not many problems, even if these are resolved by October, we have other concerns. Roughly six weeks before Far Cry 6 launches on PC and consoles, Ubisoft has decided to release all the first shots of the first-person shooter to the press. Only, manual display. This type of access differs from the carefully chosen "cuts" we sometimes play in preview events, as they are meant to show an unfinished game at its best.
But after nearly four hours of working with Far Cry 6, I'm reminded of why game studios sometimes become suspicious of preview finds.
The demo I did was big and challenging. I can't feel like hundreds of Ubisoft employees are trying to create a beautiful and compelling Cuban-like adventure in a packed little clown car. The issues don't end with gameplay and AI bugs, which may be fixed on October 7. At this point, I'm more interested in the new systems that inspire loading, the narrative tone that can't make up your mind, and the absolute yawn of Have. Back to the Ubisoft open world of the past. Cry, just like in the Final Fantasy series, changes locations and characters, while otherwise clinging to the core of the game. In the case of FC6, this is an open-ended first-person shooter. Players usually have to walk, bike, boat, or other means of transportation through vast forests, vast coasts, and crumbling cities, while battling any adult boss who dominates over a remote area.
This time, it's Yara, the fairytale Cuban with a fluffy coat, and her hulking man Anton Castillo, portrayed by famed actor Giancarlo Esposito (Bad Breaking). During his reign, Castillo turned the island nation into a huge pharmacy research laboratory, and was so eager to sell anti-cancer drugs to other parts of the world that his regime forces locals to work on his farms and laboratories. Slowly they are being killed as unpaid slaves - or because of the resistance. The game begins with Danny, a born and raised "Yaran" who overthrows this leadership and joins the rebellion. While the villains in Far Cry weren't necessarily the epitome of style, Castillo is easily the most important game in the series, but is almost saved by Esposito's skilful performance. Thanks to the story, we've quickly jumped to the part where Castillo tricked enough party fans into agreeing with his murderous system - you don't have to dig through the history books to see how accurate it is. But the opening of the FC6 project has no interest in determining how Castillo will spread. His appreciation for the lives of all other civilians is zero in terms of humor. Shocking murders and broken families show the state of emergency, while baffling nihilism and humorous flamethrowers point in the opposite direction. I have a flaw in guessing how the package will perform perfectly, but I already doubt Esposito's strong play and legitimacy will prevent FC6 from wanting to fall into dumb, dumb, dumb.
Yes, you can pet dogsAfter witnessing the death of a loved one, you wake up on an island beach near Yarra. In a cute trick, hold Danny's smartphone in the corner of the screen, which provides a visual hint for a close-up puzzle. This is very simple: follow the blue marks (or the blue lines on the lower map). You will be shocked to learn that one of the open world games from Ubisoft includes stealth and cipher attacks. Kill the man, take the pants. Be prepared for a lot of statistical minimums in Far Cry 6. Well, there seem to be some jumps on the way. But we still had enough speed to take out a guard. This is how you heal yourself in Far Cry 6, General Surgeon, pay attention. The mission requires you to set fire to an entire tobacco field. Unfortunately, this in-game character doesn't make you an unalterable god. In the end you will hire a variety of help animals, which you can send to attack enemies from a distance. Save the parachute and start the attack.
After all, this is a game where you get seriously injured in the middle of a fierce gun battle, then hit the "Heal" button and watch yourself... Light a cigarette and smoke? Think Cuba? It's also a game where you go to a farm outside because the "battle chicken" that you instantly become friends with moves about half a mile from its current position. Get into a car, follow the farm, and help the bird kill a group of trained guard dogs for spitting fluffy animals. To repeat: you have to kill the dog that barks after the dog that barks, with very little explanation of what these dogs have done so far or what bad names they might call the mother of the chicken. Content Alert Ads: This show ends with Dick Rock Punk (see white collar?) and dead virtual dogs. Honestly, it's a little uncomfortable, Chicharon can't be controlled. Of course, unless you complete this task, the rooster can become one of the "help" animals in the middle of your quest. Do I really have to shoot dogs? It seems I have.
Yes, in my opinion, I've already begun cataloging any emotionally boring narration I've come across in this four-hour demo, and I'm not convinced that the long explanation of each of these strokes is worth the read. Definitely not worthy of my attention within the game.
But if you've played the previous Far Cry games, you'd probably assume the worst story in the series now, and instead hope that the series will boost your chances of fighting the Big Island. Hit the Skip Scene button as much as you can and enjoy it anyway. The most beautiful thing I can say in that episode is how different, green, and different Cuban-like cities and islands were in my preview session. It's clear that the global network of Ubisoft studios has put a great deal of work into creating the Yara landscape, and the surroundings alternate between full woodland areas, roadside campsites, bustling coastal towns, castle-like castles and more.
When you're driving a car, horse, two planes or a helicopter to land faster, it's more fun, although the FC6 does an amazing lot of "before exploring freely". If you try to get past this, your car or bike tires will be cut and the anti-aircraft turrets of unexpected planes will be quickly thrown out of the sky. Kill all drivers in each of these annoying riot camps to drive or fly freely.
Far Cry 6 hands-on preview: Enough questions to say "ay, Dios mío"