Ubisoft says Far Cry 6 is not trying to be a political game about Cuba


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Ubisoft has released a statement on the story of Far Cry 6, whose gameplay video was recently shared. According to the statement, the game does not want to make a political statement about the events in Cuba.

Ubisoft says Far Cry 6 is not trying to be a political game about Cuba

Far Cry 6, the new game from the popular game series Far Cry, which was published by Ubisoft and developed by Ubisoft Toronto, has been in development for some time. It has been known since it was announced that the game would take place in Cuba and that we would fight against a dictator. There was also a recent announcement about the story of the game.

Following the recent Far Cry 6 gameplay video, the game’s story director Navid Khavari said Far Cry 6 was inspired by the Cuban Revolution of the 1950s and 1960s. Navid Khavari, however, said the game would not be a political game that dealt with what happened at the time. The team was inspired only by that period.

Following the release of Far Cry 6, players are divided. While many players liked the game and graphics, many players thought it was no different from the old games. Of course, we’ll see when the game comes out.

Giancarlo Esposito will play the villain in the new game Far Cry 6, starring in such films as Better Call Saul, The Mandalorian, and The Boys. Far Cry 6; will debut on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC (Epic Games, Uplay), and Stadia on October 7, 2021.

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