Ubisoft released Far Cry 6 today, October 7, for Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, and PC. The game comes with a political narrative where players take on Anton Castillo and his men in a fight to liberate the island of Yara.
From custom-built vehicles and horses for transport to unique weapons like flamethrowers and Grenade Launchers, Far Cry 6 has a lot to offer. But that’s not it, Ubisoft has a bunch of post-launch content planned for the game.
Far Cry 6 post-launch roadmap
Every week post-launch, there will be new insurgencies and new gear. There are also 4 new operations lined up for October and November along with the game’s first DLC- Insanity. The Blood Dragon Set includes Blood Dragon Gear Set, AJM9 and Kobracon weapons, Omega Enforcer vehicle, KillStar weapon charm, K-9000 Fang for Hire, and the Chibi: Blood Dragon Chibi.
December onwards, Far Cry 6 will get free crossover missions featuring Danny Trejo, Rambo, and next year in January, Control DLC will hit the game and the third DLC- Collapse, will arrive in March.
Only Season Pass owners will have access to the three DLCs and the Blood Dragon Set. The Season Pass is available for standalone purchase for those who own the Standard, Gold, Ultimate, and Collector Editions of Far Cry 6.
The technical side of Far Cry 6
Ubisoft confirmed that Far Cry 6 will have ray tracing only on PC. “Ray Tracing is a PC-only feature. On console, our objective has been to take advantage of new hardware capabilities, optimizing performance targeting 4K and achieving 60 FPS, for instance, all while ensuring that the experience on the previous generation of the console would remain consistent,” they said.
You can check out the minimum and recommended PC system requirements for the game here.