Contrary to the statements made in the past days, the screenwriter of the game stated that “Far Cry 6 will be a political game”.
Let’s take a look at the comments Far Cry 6 It will turn out to be a political game. New information continues to come for Far Cry 6, which appeared with its first gameplay videos last Friday. A few days ago, a statement came about the Cuban similarity of the game and it was announced that there was no such similarity. Today, Navid Khavari, who signed the scenario of the game, made the exact opposite of the statements made and included the statement “Far Cry 6 will be a political game” in these statements.
Far Cry 6 was inspired by events in Cuba
Although this situation was denied in previous statements about politics, dictatorship and Cuban similarities, the comments made on Ubisoft’s official blog page in new statements on the contrary, it was announced that he was inspired by these events. Navid Khavari, the play’s screenwriter and narrative director, said, “Our story is political,” adding that the play is political in nature and inspired by real events in Cuba. Khavari made the following statements regarding this statement; “Far Cry 6 will present a story about a modern revolution. Set on the fictional Caribbean island of Yara, Far Cry 6 takes place in the context of the conditions that led to the rise of fascism in a nation, the costs of imperialism, forced labor, the need for free and fair elections, It features challenging stories and events about LGBTQ+ rights and more.”
It has been stated that Ubisoft has talked to various sources on this subject and consulted experts and consultants to be sure about the storytelling. Although inspired by real events, Khavari added, “But if anyone is looking for a simplified, binary political explanation, especially about the current political view in Cuba, they will not find it in-game.” “What players will find is a story with a perspective to capture the political complexity of the modern, present-day revolution in a fictional context. We tried to tell a story of action, adventure, and the heart, but that story also does not fail to ask tough questions.”
Far Cry 6 will be released on October 7
Frankly, we can say that the statements made reveal a situation that has already been determined. My personal opinion is that it will go no further than a classic American action movie and it will treat the story just like that. When politics is involved, there is much more in the world, especially in the Middle East, and there is an event that the West turns away to avoid. Far Cry 6 will be released on October 7th. We will be able to see more clearly where this political stance was in the period it emerged.