Far Cry 6 Reviews Are Out – It’s Not Looking So Good :(

Far Cry 6 Cover Image

Far Cry 6 is out, finally. The glorious game and the sixth instalment in the Far Cry series by Ubisoft is up for grabs. With a strong star studded lead, it should have broken all sales records, right? Well, apparently even Giancarlo Esposito apparently couldn’t save the game…

It looks beautiful, the graphics are amazing but unfortunately the gameplay seems to be… repetitive. And so does the plot. It’s just like every Far Cry game since Far Cry 3 – evil dictator bad, hero takes him down with help from the locals and other factions – victory. Quoting Vaas from Far Cry 3, “insanity is doing the exact same fucking thing, over and over again, expecting shit to change.”, and quite ironical as it is, Ubisoft did the same thing and expected us to fall in love with it.

It is something to take note of though, most reviews that were average were given by critics or actual reviewers and trusted websites like Polygon, or IGN for that matter. The fans love the game apparently even though they know that these reviews (and the lack-luster gaming experience) exists; and are supporting it fully. It is pretty satisfying and fun to be fair, but unfortunately that feeling doesn’t last that long and wears down pretty fast due to the repetitiveness it has.

Yara (the place where Far Cry 6 takes place) is wonderful and a great area to explore, especially with the free open world atmosphere the game offers.

Check this video out to know more about the game and how it looks like – and if you should wait for a sale before getting it.

Well, that’s it for now folks, hope you have a smashing weekend and stay safe!

Ubisoft’s Presentation At E3

Ubisoft Launches UPlay Plus at E3 2019

It has been an epic week for gamers and tech enthusiasts worldwide with E3, and this time, we have Ubisoft to thank – with some amazing reveals and updates related to Uplay!

Alright, let’s jump straight into it.

WATCHDOGS LEGION – TRAILER

First thing’s first, Watchdogs Legion – a brand new Watchdogs game, where you can build your own team and recruit NPCs. It’s based in post-Brexit London in near future, and it’s got a nice futuristic look to it.

Watch the trailer for the game below.

The game will be released worldwide on March 6th, 2020 next year.

UPLAY PLUS ANNOUNCED – UBISOFT’S EXCLUSIVE SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE

Uplay Plus Announced at E3 2019 During Ubisoft's Conference
Uplay Plus Announced at E3 2019 During Ubisoft’s Conference

This probably was the second BIG thing that was announced at the conference – Ubisoft’s very own subscription service, where you have access to a library of over a 100 games with ALL their DLC for an amount of $15 per month.

It will also include the latest releases and provide early access to its members.

You can subscribe and it will launch on the 3rd of September, this year.

RAINBOW SIX : QUARANTINE

A zombie-ish/horror sequel to Six Siege is what was teased during the Ubisoft’s conference, and boy, does it look amazing!

It features a 3v3 co-op tactical shooter launching early 2020.

Watch the teaser for the game below!

2 NEW GAMES ANNOUNCED

Visually pleasing and aesthetic action adventure game Gods and Monsters announced, and will be released February 25, 2020 next year.

The second game announced was Roller Champions, is also a 3v3 team game based on roller derby. No release date given yet, but you can play the Alpha during this week for a few days.

Well, these were the main highlights of the E3 2019 Ubisoft’s conference, and it was pretty decent, and the fans loved it!

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