Judging by the explanations, Far Cry 6 will be a political game. New information continues to emerge for Far Cry 6, which debuted last Friday with its first gameplay videos. A few days ago, there was an announcement about the Cuban resemblance of the game, and it was announced that there was no such resemblance. Today, Navid Khavari, who signed the script for the game, stated in the opposite way to the statements made, and stated that “Far Cry 6 will be a political game”.
Far Cry 6 inspired by events in Cuba
Although this has been rejected in previous statements about politics, dictatorship and Cuban similarities, new statements on Ubisoft’s official blog page have said they were inspired by these events. Navid Khavari, the play’s screenwriter and narrative director, said, “Our story is political,” adding that the play was inherently political and inspired by the real events in Cuba. Khavari stated that; “Far Cry 6 will present a story about a modern revolution. Set on Yara, a fictional island in the Caribbean, Far Cry 6 includes challenging stories and events about the conditions that led to the rise of fascism in a nation, the costs of imperialism, forced labour, the need for free and fair elections, LGBTQ+ rights and more.”
Ubisoft has been contacted by various sources on the subject and experts and consultants have been urged to make sure it is storytelling. “But if anyone is looking for a simplified, binary political explanation, especially about the current political view in Cuba, they will not find him in the game,” Khavari added. “What the actors will find is a story with a view to capture the political complexity of today’s revolution in a fictional context. We tried to tell a story of action, adventure and heart, but it will also be about asking difficult questions.”
Far Cry 6 will be released on 7Ek
Frankly, the statements have revealed a situation that is already evident. My personal opinion is that it will go no further than a classic American action movie, and that’s the only way he’s going to handle the story. When politics comes into it, there are many more events in the world, especially in the Middle East, where the west turns its back on it. Far Cry 6 will be released on 7 May. We will be able to see more clearly which side this political stance is on when it comes out.