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Chicharrón, Yara’s toughest rooster, escapes from a cockfight to join the guerrillas and Dani Rojas on their mission to liberate his land from the dictatorship of Antón Castillo.
Ubisoft warms up for the launch of Far Cry 6, the new installment of the crazy saga of the open world in first person. Because the video game reached the gold phase of its development at the beginning of the month, in recent weeks, all kinds of exciting advances have been released, such as an interview focused on a round of questions to Giancarlo Esposito (Antón Castillo), the post-launch content that expansion will include in the DLC of the Season Pass and more gameplay showing its different mechanics. Today we get a new cinematic preview starring the rooster Chicharrón, one of the allied animals of the guerrillas from the land of Yara.
The new trailer presents a careful CGI cinematic that shows us the route of Chicharrón, Yara’s toughest rooster given that it carries several spike pendants, from when it is captured until it ends up in the hands of Dani Rojas -he or the protagonist as we choose-. Antón Castillo’s guard catches Chicharrón to fight in a battle of roosters, although he manages to sneak away successfully and is chased throughout the city. Luckily, the brave rooster runs into Dani and company, so he decides to join the guerrilla crusade on their mission to free his land from the Castillo dictatorship.
Far Cry 6 launches next week, specifically on October 7, for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC. Those of you who opt for the editions of the previous generation consoles, remember that the title allows you to update the new generation versions for free without any additional cost. On the other hand, the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will move quickly at flawless 4K and 60fps, although ray tracing technology has been sacrificed to ensure good performance. For those of you who want to buy the PC version but are doubtful about whether your machine allows you to play the title optimally, take a look at its minimum and recommended requirements. Less is left!