More information about the ‘Far Cry 6’ game has been revealed by its narrative director Navid Khavari.
He explained that the game will tell a story of revolution and the theme of the game will be politically based.
In a Q&A post on the Ubisoft website, Khavari discussed the game’s tropical setting of Yara which is heavily inspired by Cuba.
The development team of the game also visited Cuba to visualize the deep scenario of a revolutionary nation.
“We wanted to tell a story about revolution, and when you tell a story about revolution, you’re talking about guerrilla warfare. When you’re talking about guerrilla warfare, you go to Cuba,” Khavari said.
He added: “Visiting Cuba, our team was able to meet actual former guerrillas also”
Khavari also described Antón Castillo’s motives, saying that: “With Antón, really what he’s saying is, ‘I’m going to build paradise, but paradise isn’t for everyone.’ For him, it’s this idea that paradise comes at a cost, and he will enslave those who are against him to work as forced labour to get what he wants”.
According to the director, Castillo’s teenage son will play a large role in defining the game’s villain.
“Diego wants to forge his own path and be his own person, but he feels this obligation – because he loves his father – to be pulled to this darker territory by following his father’s footsteps” added Khavari.
‘Far Cry 6’ will be released on February 18, 2021.
Watch the trailer below: