Far Cry 6 will be the first title in the successful Ubisoft franchise to include third-person sections during certain game phases and cutscenes. The confirmation comes directly from Narrative Director Navid Khavari, who recently revealed new information on the title to the microphones of Gamespot.
“There are a few reasons why we made this choice,” said Khavari, “in the cinematics for example it felt natural to us. Seeing the character’s face helps create a deeper connection between the player and the protagonist, and makes them both. take part in the great journey to the island of Yara. […] Players will also be able to customize Dani with clothes and backpacks, and will have the opportunity to see him (Ed. or see her, depending on the initial choice) in the guerrilla camps. inside the camps the view changes to third person and it will be possible to talk to other characters, while once you leave the camp you return in first person “.
In short, for the first time, it will be possible to see the expressions on the face of the protagonist, a news that will surely make many players happy. In July 2020, Khavari had anticipated that the Far Cry 6 narrative would reach new heights , and this could be one of the small changes that can make a difference.
Far Cry 6 was supposed to be released on February 18, 2021, but production problems forced Ubisoft to postpone the title. The new release date is October 7, 2021, on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PC, and Google Stadia.