Ubisoft was supposed to show the gameplay of its next shooter Far Cry 6 running on the Xbox Series X version today, but alas, the clip has been leaked ahead of the presentation.
Far Cry 6 Gameplay Video of 12 minutes Leaked
Ubisoft has announced that it will show us a gameplay demo of Far Cry 6 running on Xbox Series X today on Tuesday, August 31st. The presentation will take place on the official Ubisoft Twitch channel and starts at 9 am PT. However, as often happens, some of the bloggers or the media chose not to reckon with the embargo and leaked the video with the gameplay ahead of schedule.
Tune in tomorrow, August 31st at 9am PT to get a first look at Far Cry 6 gameplay on the Xbox Series X with the UbiNews crew!
— Far Cry 6 (@FarCrygame) August 30, 2021
The video shows customization of weapons, several shootings, as well as acquaintance with several characters. On PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, Far Cry 6 will run in 4K standard at 60 frames per second, but without ray-tracing. The latter will be a feature of the PC versions, however.
The release of Far Cry 6 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC will take place on October 7. Initially, the French studio wanted to release the game in February, but due to the difficulties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, the date had to be shifted by six months.
It’s not certain that the leaked gameplay video will stay available for very long, but if you’re impatient to see more about the next title of Ubisoft, then you can watch the 12 minutes video below. In Far Cry 6, players will be in the midst of a revolution against the dictator of the fictional city of Yara, Anton Castillo. On your side, you will play Dani Rojas, wishing to free the nation from the yoke of Castillo.
Here’s the mirror link to watch the gameplay clip, in case the video below is deleted.