Ubisoft 3D Team Lead Programmer, Stephanie Brenham, advised Wccftech throughout a current interview that Far Cry 6(*6*)s “objective has been to take advantage of new hardware capabilities, optimizing performance targeting 4K and achieving 60 frames-per-second, for instance, all while ensuring new game features, like our dynamic weather system, are supported on all platforms.”

Furthermore, neither of the consoles will get the AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (one thing that has been implemented before on the PS5) in Far Cry 6 as a result of Ubisoft partnered with AMD to particularly develop the characteristic for PC.

In the identical interview, Ubisoft lauded next-gen SSDs, stating that they’re one in all many new options that “contribute to a new level of quality that should define a next-gen experience.”

“SSDs are probably the most immediately striking difference,” mentioned Brenham. “Loading in moments rather than minutes is obviously fantastic and it also gives us a different paradigm compared to older console’s HDDs.”

Far Cry 6 will launch on October seventh. An overview is as follows:

In Far Cry 6, gamers are immersed within the adrenaline-filled, chaotic world of a modern-day guerrilla revolution. Engage Antón’s regime in intense fight by means of lush jungles and decaying cities as Dani Rojas, an area Yaran swept up within the revolution. To even the percentages in opposition to Castillo’s army, you’ll must undertake the “resolver” philosophy of utilizing what it’s a must to make what you want, using an arsenal of distinctive and stunning new weapons, autos, and animal companions to ignite a revolutionary motion that can burn the tyrannical regime to the bottom.

Check out a brand new trailer beneath.

[Source: Wccftech]