Far Cry 6: Causing Carnage in Co-Op

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IGN’s Amy and Stevie have planned a road trip across Far Cry 6’s island of Yara to the Valle Prehistorico military base, which they plan to liberate from Anton Castillo’s ruthless military.

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Far Cry 6’s beautiful island setting is unfortunately governed by ruthless dictator Anton Castillo! So IGN’s Amy and Stevie have planned a little co-op road trip, starting in the town of Concepcion, and heading to the Valle Prehistorico military base to clear out Castillo’s goons and take back this prehistoric amusement park for the people. They’re taking plenty of firepower, including resolver weapons such as La Clavadora, El Susurro, and the Tostador, alongside supremo backpacks, the Medico and the Exterminador. They’re also bringing their amigos, Chorizo the sausage dog and Guapo the crocodile along for some added help in combat, and driving a vehicle armed with a mounted turret and battering ram, as the vehicles in Far Cry 6 can all be modded with resolver weaponry, attachments, and offensive or defensive armaments. Their goal is to take on the FND base at Valle Prehistorico and liberate it from Castillo’s army. Along the way they also get stuck into an ambush, as well as take on a checkpoint full of guards, fly a plane, and have a wingsuit race! Developed by Ubisoft players can try out co-op in Far Cry 6 for themselves when the game launches for Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC and Stadia on 7th October.

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