Far Cry 6 Limited Edition (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) (Xbox One/Series X)
|Was:|| £25.99 Details |
The Was Price is the median selling price paid by customers for a product on Amazon.co.uk (excluding promotional prices). For Amazon Fresh offers the Was Price is calculated as the median price offered locally for at least 7 days of the last 90 days (excluding promotional prices).
|Price:||& FREE Returns|
|You Save:||£5.99 (23%)|
Enhance your purchase
About this item
- Far Cry 6 leverages the smart delivery technology - buy the game once and play it on either Xbox One or Xbox series x when both the console and that version of Far Cry 6 are available.
- The limited edition of Far Cry 6 includes the entire game as well as the following digital content: The jungle expedition Pack.
- Welcome to yara, a tropical Paradise frozen in time. As the dictator of yara, Anton castillo is intent on restoring his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps. Their ruthless oppression has ignited a revolution.
- Fight for freedom - Play as Dani rojas, a local yaran and become a Guerrilla fighter to Liberate the nation.
- Employ makeshift weapons, vehicles, and Amigos, the new Fangs for Hire to burn the tyrannical regime to the ground.
- Rated : To Be Announced
- Product Dimensions : 1.35 x 0.14 x 1.71 cm; 80 Grams
- Release date : 7 Oct. 2021
- ASIN : B089MY96C6
- Item model number : 300116845
- Country of origin : Germany
- Best Sellers Rank: 154 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- Customer reviews:
Welcome to yara, a tropical Paradise frozen in time. As the dictator of yara, Anton Castillo is Intent on restoring his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps. Their ruthless oppression has ignited a revolution.
From the manufacturer
Far Cry 6
Welcome to Yara, a tropical paradise frozen in time. As the dictator of Yara, Anton Castillo is intent on returning his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps. Their ruthless oppression has ignited a revolution
FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
Play as Dani Rojas, a local Yaran and become a guerrilla fighter to liberate your nation
YARA TORN APART
Fight against Aton's troops in the largest Far Cry playground to date across jungles, beaches and Esperanza the capital city of Yara
Employ makeshift weapons, vehicles, and amigos, the new fangs for hire to burn this tyrannical regime to the ground
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 October 2021
Reviews with images
Top reviews from United Kingdom
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
All they are doing now is rehashing the same game, with different graphical components and that's it. FC6 is seriously boring, if you are buying it for the "breaking bad villan" then dont waste your time, he is hardly in the game in real terms.
This is just grind, grind, grind. Now, i know in other FC's its like that and you are doing the same kind of missions a lot, but seriously, FC6 is really boring. There is no real effort put into this game as "next gen". you will be going from point to point, doing the same thing over and over for very little in the way of thank.
Want my advise, wait for it on game pass in a year or so. Older FC's were so much better and over time they have just lost their way. Its now about how development companies can re-use asset to ship games out fast for the same price but smaller effort and resource. Ergo.... bigger profit. This game demonstrates that really well.
It is the first FC i have ever sold after a week or so of playing... ! I tried to give it a chance... i really did.
If however you want to have brainless fun blowing stuff up and getting into wildly unpredictable gun battles that rarely go as planned, this is just the ticket.
I think they've actually moved the game on a fair bit, albeit cautiously. It feels heftier somehow, and storywise is a little less loopy. The world is huge and nicely varied, with slightly less insane animal attacks just as you are stealthing an outpost. Enemies are a bit more varied, and special forces are a nice leveller that means sometimes you just have to run away.
Problems: it's really not next gen, even though it mostly looks lovely. Pop-in is chronic, things occasionally disappear, and persistence of artefacts is all over the place. Climbing has got finicky, and there are hints of Just Cause 4 type magical enemies that appear from thin air. Enemy AI varies from okay to moronic. The new upgrade system is weird and largely pointless beyond a certain point. The Resolver weapons are completely mad and effectively act as cheats - I ignored them, other than to shoot down helicopters before I had a viable rocket launcher.
Which sounds like a lot of issues, but it's still a blast to play. Combat remains superb, it feels less repetitious overall somehow, and it is a bottomless jar of fun. Leveling of enemies is good, you can still sneak or rampage as you see fit, and I love it. Oh, and tanks - very much yes.
If you liked the Far Cry formula before, you'll almost certainly love this.