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Far Cry 6

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Poneros, 10 Jul 2020.

  1. Poneros

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    Last edited: 12 Jul 2020
  2. Ayahuasca

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    Los Pollos Hermanos simulator?
     
  3. Guest2

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    Pollos Hermanos giving a back rub to Arya Stark from GOT (Maisie Williams)
    I just checked and she's 23, so above board!
     
  4. youdsy

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    Ubi gone full woke lately
     
  5. Drollic

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    Just make a new fps already...
     
  6. Poneros

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    I don't mind, I think the cover looks great. Excited to see if they're making any major changes to the engine for this one or if they're also sitting it out like AC until next time.
     
  7. ic1male

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    You've seen the rumours about who that boy is?

    Could be Vaas from Far Cry 3 as a kid
     
  8. VincentHanna

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    What on earth do you find woke in the above?
     
  9. Mr Badger

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    Presumably he has been triggered by the lack of strong white male hero characters.

    Maybe this would be more acceptable?

    [​IMG]
     
  10. VincentHanna

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    I've played as enough men in Far Cry games to last a lifetime
     
  11. Smokey Deza

    Wise Guy

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    Meh. I stopped at F3. Could buy a RL from a guy in a straw hut but if I wanted a bag I had to go kill and skin half a dozen animals.
     
  12. Columbo

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    Have a weak spot for Farcry, loved them all (except 2 of course) despite the repetitive busy work they are riddled with.
    Hopefully the weapons roster is more like FC4 rather than FC5, still it will probably be a buy for me because the gunplay and shooting mechanics are great and what make the game.
     
  13. Tombstone

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    To be fair, it doesnt actually specify what sex the protagonist is in the game anyway
     
  14. ic1male

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    Dani Rojas - why not have both a male and female version like in the latest Assassin's Creed entries, I bet that's it.
     
  15. Tombstone

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    Yup, I would imagine thats the most likely scenario and probably the reason for picking the name Dani
     
  16. Tek81

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    I'll pass on this. Like most Ubisoft games, it'll be the same worn-out formula, just with a new, very thin, coat of paint.
     
  17. Poneros

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  18. Tombstone

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  19. 'Wes

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    After the forced events of Far Cry 5, i never bothered with it as well as the Far Cry that came after that.
     
  20. Wucked

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    I don’t see anything particularly woke about the game artwork. But Ubisoft the company have definitely boarded the political correctness train. Fair enough, I suppose? But things like mandatory pronouncements of gender pronouns with every communication as a company policy does make me cringe a little. Gamers overall care more about the quality of the games than the gender choices of every employee at the company.