In latest years, the assertion “Our game is not political” has turn into synonymous with Ubisoft releases. The studio has a penchant for looking for inspiration from real-life political occasions, however finally ends up insisting that its video games has nothing to do with politics.
Speaking to TheGamer, Ubisoft reiterated as soon as once more that Far Cry 6 isn’t making a political assertion even though its improvement group traveled all the best way to Cuba to talk to precise guerrilla fighters and draw inspiration from guerilla actions.
Narrative director Navid Khavari stated:
The unique inspiration was Guerilla Warfare and what’s that guerilla fantasy, which is clearly tied to revolution. When you discuss guerillas, you consider the guerillas within the 1950s and 1960s, we truly went down there to talk to precise guerilla fighters who fought again then, and we simply actually fell in love with their tales. But we additionally fell in love with the tradition and folks we met. When we got here out of that, it wasn’t that we felt we needed to do Cuba, we realized it’s a sophisticated island and our sport doesn’t wish to make a political assertion about what’s occurring in Cuba particularly. Beyond that, we’re drawing inspiration from guerilla actions all over the world and all through historical past. For us, it felt like doing the island of Yara would assist us inform that story whereas being very open with our politics and inspiration.
Far Cry 6 will launch on October seventh. It received’t be making any political statements on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.