Last week, the French publishing house Ubisoft held a debut presentation of the gameplay Far Cry 6 and announced the release date of the game. Following this, Edition The Gamer talked with the Navid Khavari Navid Khavari project. He spoke about the sources of inspiration of the developers team and reported that in the sixth part of the franchise there would be no political statements regarding Cuba.
The comment of the Navid Kavari says: “Initially, the source of inspiration was the partisan war, and that [the game] is a guerrilla fantasy associated with the revolution. When you talk about the partisans, then you think about the partisans of the 1950-1960s, and we actually went there [in Cuba] to talk to real partisans, who fought in those times, and we simply fell in love with their history. “
«We also fell in love with [local] culture and people who were met, – continued by Navid Kavari. “When we left there, they didn’t feel that they should do [game] about Cuba, we realized that this is a complex island, and our game does not want to make political statements about what is happening in Cuba. In addition, we draw inspiration in the partisan movements worldwide throughout the story. It seemed to us that the creation of the island of Yara would help us to tell the elected plot, being open regarding politics and inspiration. “
Far Cry 6 will be released on October 7, 2021 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S.