Far Cry 6 puts you on the front lines of a revolution. Yaran President Anton Castillo (played by Giancarlo Esposito of Better call Saul and breaking Bad Fame) produces Viviro, an impressively effective cure for cancer. However, he uses labor camps and tyranny to aid in the manufacture of the substance. Your job as Dani Rojas is to bring his totalitarian regime to its knees. Of course, the hustle and bustle of real life can stop this action-packed process. But when it takes you too long to overthrow Castillo, he sends out personalized emails mocking you for failing to beat the game, as reported by IGN.
Many games are already ruthlessly designed to maximize engagement, but now they’ll email you and harass you if you dare not play them anymore. pic.twitter.com/TRIsV4jnZP
– Brendan Sinclair (@BrendanSinclair) October 26, 2021
‘El Presidente’ filled Brandon Sinclair‘s (managing editor for GamesIndustry.biz) inbox with call-outs. In the picture above, Castillo says, “It was fun watching you fail” and “Hola, Rojas. I wanted to thank you for giving me a free hand in Yara. Take it easy and you know that Yara is in competent hands. ”In the second e-mail“ Surely you can do better ”and the time played, a large part of the message takes up and reminds Sinclair and others that there is still a lot left to do.
Sinclair was less enthusiastic about the ridicule. He stressed that players should not be demonized if they fail to complete games. However, commenter Illigalsesi Gaming has revealed that Castillo will also let you know of your progress if he feels threatened by the revolution. The following pictures show exactly that:
As you can see, Ubisoft will also inform you of the checkpoints you have captured and the total number of kills you have accumulated. Of course, the Yaran president will try to get a joke or two even if he feels like you’re weakening his influence.
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