Shortly after the announcement of Far Cry 6, speculation and theories began to spread across the web. They spoke of the possible connections between Diego Castillo, the son of the antagonist, with Vaas, the villain of the third installment of the saga. Some concluded that both characters were linked, to the point that they identified them as the same person, only in another time. Giancarlo Esposito, characterized as Antón Castillo in a video, has been in charge of disproving this crazy (so crazy?) Theory.
“What an absurd idea “, disdain. “Compare the future president of Yara with a vulgar criminal … that man looks like a failed member of a boy band. Diego, on the other hand, has class, strength and intelligence. All you need. Everything a future villain should have. You will see ”. In that same video, the dictator of the fictional Yara also denies that he is the son of Dani Rojas, the protagonist (or the protagonist) of the adventure. In this case, the conjectures are not supported by any side, but Castillo points out that Dani is too young to have a boy of that age.
Ubisoft has officially confirmed that Far Cry 6 will only have ray tracing on PC. The French company has stressed that they preferred to take advantage of other characteristics, as well as ensure that the title moves well in 4K y a 60 FPS. The PS5 and Xbox Series versions will benefit, of course, from other advantages, such as fast charging, the greater drawing distance or a better water simulation.
Far Cry 6 will be released next October 7 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Google Stadia. As in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion, those who buy the title in the previous generation will be able to upgrade to the new one for free, as long as they are from the same family of consoles.