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Sterica wrote: »
I know my last visit to my grandpa on his deathbed was to find out how the whole Nazi werewolf thing turned out.
Anon von Zilch wrote: »
So here's my question: why does Ubisoft care? They've already been paid, what do they gain from people actually playing the game?
Zenigata wrote: »
The last Far Cry I found interesting was 2. They just got so repetitive and boring after that. Ubisoft games really often seem to have this boring pattern, it seems like there's a lot to do but very little motivation to do it all unless you're someone who just has to complete everything.
Ringo wrote: »
Unless the bad guys are all revealed to be USA trained and/or funded, I'm not really interested in what Ubisoft has to say about Latin American dictatorships
Pyrian wrote: »
There's an in-game store for real money.
Andy Joe wrote: »
Player metrics. High engagement levels can be shown off to stockholders, investors, and business partners to demonstrate that people who bought the game like playing it a lot and are therefore likely to purchase future games in the same series or of a similar style.
Far Cry 6 features an in-game store available from the main menu and from the pause menu that has items in the following categories:
Credits – These are the basic currency you spend on all the Far Cry 6 microtransactions
Cosmetic armor skins – This is the core of the cosmetic system in the game. Armor sets from other Ubisoft games are all over the place in this section. Players can also buy bundles of armor skins.
Weapon charms – If you want a glittery bauble on your gun, these are for you.
Guns – Guns and other equipment are a core part of the game in a shooter, and of course Ubisoft is just straight up selling OP weapons.
Transport – This category is literally just all the in-game vehicles. You could find them in the game in some cases, or buy them directly.
Utilities – This section is where you will find all the timesavers for hidden items. New songs, base upgrades and more can be bought here.
RatherDashing89 wrote: »
If I understand correctly, the game has a "peace I'm outta here" fake ending after the first chapter
el_vicio wrote: »
what's the animal cruelty minigame
doompooky wrote: »
None of these feel intentional, I feel like I'm supposed to be yoloing jetskis and yeeting molotovs and doing bong rips off of mounted .50 cals like MTV is paying for spring break
Armored Chocobo wrote: »
Far Cry 6's society supports cock-fighting, sounds to me they totally deserve that bloodthirsty dictator. I'll spend my energies saving folks that have a soul.
Aegeri wrote: »
Like here is the mission you shoot people while high on drugs. Here is the hallucination mission. Here is the climb a tower etc.
Aegeri wrote: »
they can't even manage to do that with some very obvious targets (like the Far Right White Nationalism of Far Cry 5).