Ubisoft announced that Far Cry 6 will be available for free from 24 to 27 March for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC Windows through Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store.
New players will be able to preload the game from now, and have access to the full game and all the free content released so far – all playable in co-op – when the Free Weekend begins: the 24 March 2022.
Anyone wishing to continue exploring the Yara Island in Far Cry 6 will keep the game progress and will be able to enjoy discounts on the purchase of the game and on Season Pass:
⦁ Ubisoft Store: Starting now, through the end of March: 40% discount on Spring promotions.
⦁ Xbox: Xbox Week Promotion, March 24-28: 50% off all editions of the game and 35% off the Season Pass.
⦁ PlayStation: PlayStation Week Promotion, March 23-30: 50% on Far Cry 6 Standard and Gold Editions and 35% on the Season Pass.
⦁ Epic Games Store: Spring Sale by Epic: 50% on all Editions of the game and 35% of the Season Pass. The Epic Games store also offers 35% on the Vaas: Madness DLC and 25% on the Pagan: Control DLC.
⦁ Stadia: From 24 to 31 March: 50% discount on Standard, Gold and Ultimate Editions of the game and 35% on the Season Pass. From now until March 31, 40% on the Deluxe Edition.
Our Far Cry 6 review
We want to remind you that Far Cry 6 And now available when purchasing for platforms PC Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. In a separate post, you can find our review of the game.
“It is from the third chapter onwards, the true mantra of Far Cry. The Ubisoft series has remained essentially the same, with only minor changes to the general formula: there is always an evil leader, a map to conquer and rebels to support. In Far Cry 6 the basic structure does not change, so if you have ventured into one of the previous chapters, in the newcomer you will inevitably be enveloped by a sense of familiarity. Far Cry 6 introduces some new features such as a protagonist with features and a story behind it. A little exploited villan and a game structure that is always the same, make the new chapter of the Ubisoft house unconvincing and does not leave its mark.”
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