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Far Cry is a series that has experienced a lot of identity crises. Is it a tale of survival or a satire of physics featuring flamethrowers as well as bears as pets? “A combination of both” is what has been suggested, happy wheels unblocked and that’s not necessarily bad. Far Cry 6 is a continuation of that trend. The flamethrower hasn’t been eliminated, but this latest installment manages to smooth out some of the bumps , and make the series one of the best in years. However, it is missing some crucial aspects, specifically with the updated inventory system. This creates new problems.

Far Cry 6 traps you yet again in a massive open-world controlled by an enthralling madman. After many games, the challenge of making all red spots on your map to turn blue can be very satisfying. This is done either by slyly removing every enemy guard, or employing more subtle techniques like firing bullets or Molotovs at the opponents until there is no one left.

Yara was modeled after Cuba and is controlled by Anton Castillo, a fascistic dictator. Giancarlo Esposito, a popular TV character who has done a great job in this role. (With an apology to Mr. Mando). If it wasn’t for his actual-world South American and Central American inspirations it might be a bit absurd at times. It’s the unwavering dedication to his ideal of a “perfect” Yara, along with his natural gravitas and the calm, stoic glamor he projects to his still-loyal people which makes Esposito an ideal foil for the diverse group of revolutionaries you’re working to unite as you attempt to topple the dictatorship of El Presidente and his lieutenants.

Castillo’s “psychotic navy Admiral”, “psychotic Air force Captain”, and “psychotic propaganda chief” aren’t exactly a group to be proud of.

Each of the scenes is captivating, especially during the conversations with his son, Diego. The boy is trying to understand that the consequences of our actions on other people are more important than our own intentions. However, his father’s belief that noble goals should justify evil means causes tension. Although Castillo is an iconic antagonist, it’s a bit disappointing that the story’s end doesn’t solve the numerous conflicts. Esposito deserves the credit for his character’s success. However, cinematic animators should be praised for their skill to convey the intricate details of his performance onto digital models.

FC6 is clearly trying to be more responsible than its predecessors. However, it does attempt to address some social issues. The script might be a bit off in some of these issues. However, it is still stuck between presenting an authentic representation of Latin American culture and a gonzo’d-up version designed to please mainstream Western players. While the scenery is stunning, the text relies too much on certain colloquialisms and can feel like it’s trying to be too authentic. Or worse, it’s got a cockfighting game that is essentially Mortal Kombat but with chickens. Technically, it’s legal in Cuba.

Far Cry 5 puts us in the midst of pirates and mercenaries (not to mention evil cavemen and cybercommandos) However, Far Cry 6 gives us an extremely well-equipped and organized army. While it’s less complicated than the original series, Far Cry 6 offers more varied and interesting encounters. Captains of the enemy can call in reinforcements or airstrikes. Medics can revive injured comrades. Engineers also have the option of mounting auto-turrets. They’re a great addition to the already existing “shotgun guy” molotov guy, “shotgun man” and heavy man” which give you more reasons to prioritize your targets.

Far Cry 6 also has the most impressive record of turning cars, including helicopters into fiery metal. It’s still extremely satisfying to pass through checkpoints with out making a fuss or raising eyebrows (this is how I spent most my playthrough), but there’s an extra joy in speeding down a highway and destroying a convoy with mounted machine guns as you blast Ricky Martin. Thanks to the massive arsenal that Far Cry 6 gives players, it’s even more appealing to go loud.

Far Cry 6 was some of the most enjoyable episodes I’ve watched in the last decade. The cast delivers excellent performances in an engaging story. The story is also predictable and does not always take the biggest moves it is trying to get. In spite of some shaky inventory mechanics and a handful of odd design choices its creative weaponry means taking the outpost down, snatching a convoy, or even just riding with a pal is never more enjoyable.