As the rumors published earlier in the week dropped, Far Cry 6 show a new trailer on May 28, at 6:30 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). This has been confirmed today by Ubisoft itself through a press release in which it has also reported that the video that we will see on Friday show us the gameplay of this installment for the first time since it was announced in July last year with a cinematic trailer.
To see the first preview of the gameplay of Far Cry 6 live we have three official options: in Twitch, via the Ubisoft and Xbox channels, or on YouTube, on the Ubisoft channel. You can also see it on Friday in the video inserted below:
Far Cry 6 take us to Yara, a tropical island inspired by Cuba, and will put us in the shoes of Dani Rojas, a local military man whose objective is to overthrow the tyrant who presides over it and finally unite his nation. That dictator is none other than Antn Castillo, a character played by the well-known actor Giancarlo Esposito and who along with his son, Diego Castillo (played by Anthony Gonzlez), has been the protagonist of practically everything we have seen in this new installment.
Teaser to open your mouth before the trailer gameplay from May 28
In fact, Ubisoft has shared a advance of streaming Friday when we can’t see gameplay yet, but there is a little kinematics That helps to heat up the mood for the announcements to be released on May 28. Can you see the teaser below:
Far Cry 6 will be released on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC throughout this year, or at least before April 2022. Ubisoft has yet to specify a release date. of this installment, something that perhaps could be specified in the event on Friday. We do know that your upgrade to version next-gen will be free from current consoles, and will work at 4K and 60 fps on next-generation platforms.