Ubisoft may have something exciting in store for fans with the launch of Far Cry 6

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The next addition to Ubisoft’s long-running Far Cry franchise, Far Cry 6 is slated to launch on October 7. It takes place in the fictional tropical nation of Yara. With its postcard aesthetic alongside vintage cars, the game resembles Cuba in some ways. Some gamers had the pleasure of playing the game before launch and found something interesting.

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YouTuber JorRaptor, a player who played the game before its release, found QR codes scattered around the map. These QR codes can be found printed on the side of a checkout. It directs the reader to a video when it is scanned using a QR code scanner.

The video briefly consists of a six-bullet pistol cylinder with a face. After that, 3 distinct arrows can be seen on a map. The buildings seem to be synonymous with those shown in Far Cry 4. Some animal tokens can also be seen, suggesting animals specific to the area. The next scene shows some sort of armored animal leaping at the player. A gunshot is heard and then there is blood. Arrows shown are now replaced with skulls.

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Veteran gamers of the game have suggested it is a teaser for the next installment in the Far Cry series. It seems to have very obvious references to Far Cry 4. It also appears that the arrows displayed on the map are players. This is exciting because until now Far Cry multiplayer only supported 2 players. This indicates that the next Far Cry could support 3 or more players.

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Another QR can be found on the Robot Dog that comes with the Season Pass. When scanned with a QR code, it redirects the reader to a website. It features text from the character of Laserhawk, the main character in the upcoming Blood Dragon remake. By clicking anywhere a puzzle will appear and once the puzzle is complete the player unlocks exclusive artwork for the upcoming show.

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