Far Cry 6 will feature playable scenes with a third person perspective for the first time in the series. Ubisoft Toronto has explained, in statements to GameSpot, that this decision will not apply only to the cinematographic scenes, in which we will be able to see the face of the protagonist or the protagonist, but there will be more changes of points of view to emphasize the role of the main character.
Navid Khavari, narrative director of the play, explains that there are “some reasons” to justify this change of perspective in Far Cry 6, a novelty never seen in the veteran series. Dani, said main character, will have a more prominent role on screen; as it happens in other Ubisoft licenses such as Assassin’s Creed, with the exception that in that case all the gameplay is in the third person.
“In movie scenes, [la tercera persona] it’s something the team experienced from the beginning, and it felt surprisingly fluid, ”Khavari begins, making it clear that they have felt comfortable with the change. “We immediately felt that there was a greater connection to Dani’s journey in this world., more connection with this epic story of Yara “, he expands, and argues that” it is also an opportunity for players to see his character fully customized, everything from his backpack to his clothes “, beyond the selection menu of equipment. Now we will see it from the outside.
The ultimate goal is that let us feel that Dani is a real character that exists in the world we are exploring.
Far Cry 6 goes on sale October 7; Ubisoft Forward, next appointment
Far Cry 6 will go on sale this October 7 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC and Google Stadia. After the recent controversies derived from the political approach of the video game, initially denied, the title’s own direction has explained that there is an inspiration in the guerrilla war and that, although they have not positioned themselves on the situation in Cuba, there are references of these political-social events.
We recall that the Ubisoft conference at E3 2021, the Ubisoft Forward, will feature news of the titles already announced as well as “other surprises” that we still do not know. The broadcast will take place this Saturday, June 12, at 9:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).
Source | GameSpot