Far Cry 6’s Rules for Being a Guerrilla
If Clara is the heart and soul of the revolution, Juan is its body and mind.
Rule #1: A Good Guerrilla is a Hidden Guerrilla
In a first for the Far Cry series, Far Cry 6’s Libertad operates out of secret camps spread around the country. Explorable from a third-person perspective, these hidden camps have everything a guerrilla needs to get a revolution off the ground. Weapons? Check. Training? Check. Customizable vehicles?
Rule #2: A Good Guerrilla Masters Their Environment
Yara is Dani’s home, and being prepared for everything it has to offer is how a good guerrilla fights back.
Rule #3: F*cked-Up Situations Call For F*cked-Up Solutions
You can’t always expect reinforcements. A good guerrilla embodies the resolver spirit, and that means making use of whatever you have at your disposal. Thanks to Juan Cortez’s expertise, your arsenal will feature devastating resolver weapons, including a silent but deadly nail gun, a motorcycle-engine-powered minigun, and a CD-player launcher that plays “Macarena” while cutting down enemies.
Rule #4: A Good Guerrilla Always Comes Prepared (With a Buddy)
Speaking of flames, what Far Cry veteran hasn’t gotten a little too trigger-happy with a flamethrower in the past and ended up lighting themselves on fire? Fortunately, Far Cry 6 has a solution for that. If you happen to catch fire, one particularly useful pair of gloves automatically puts out the flames.
May 30, 2021 at 20:33