Far Cry 6 has postponed its release date on several occasions and much of this is attributed to production delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, a leak from the Microsoft Store has rekindled fans’ hopes for finally having the game of Ubisoft.
At the end of October the developer company announced that the launching from Far Cry 6 it would be postponed indefinitely. Its arrival on the market was scheduled for February 2021, and according to the Microsoft Store, fans will just have to wait a few more weeks to get it.
In the digital store, information related to the expected title of Ubisoft that thrilled his followers. The Microsoft Store indicates that the launch of Far Cry 6 is scheduled for next May 25, 2021, just three months later than the original date.
The option to reserve the game is already available on the same site, which has raised hopes of its arrival at market. However, the most skeptical fans are still waiting for confirmation official from Ubisoft, but the fact that Microsoft got ahead of it is a good signal.
The new game in the saga is set in Yara, a fictional island inspired by Cuba, where users will get into the skin of Dani Rojas to lead a guerrilla revolution that aims to overthrow the military empire Anton Castillo, interpreted by Giancarlo Esposito.
Although the information has not been confirmed, everything indicates that Far Cry 6 will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC. In addition, the long-awaited Ubisoft title will also come to Playstation 5, as well as Xbox series x Y S, which can be enjoyed in 4K Ultra HD quality.