Far Cry 6 DLC Includes Danny Trejo, Rambo And Stranger Things (VIDEO)
2021 has several big games to be released before the end of the year, with one of the biggest new titles being Far Cry 6. The newest entry in the series has promised a big splash for the series into the next generation of gaming consoles. With big name talent like Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito attached to the game, Far Cry 6 is geared to have a popular main campaign. But what about when players finish the primary single-player experience? Well, Ubisoft has now provided their Far Cry 6 DLC roadmap, which will see the series crossover with even more franchises and big-name actors than before.
Ubisoft has unveiled the new Far Cry 6 DLC roadmap trailer on their official YouTube channel. Ubisoft has already unveiled the DLC packs coming post-launch that would bring back classic Far Cry villains. Three separate DLC packs titled Insanity, Control and Collapse will bring back Far Cry 3’s Vaas, Far Cry 4’s Pagan Min and Far Cry 5’s Joseph Seed, now putting the players in control of the evil leaders.
The big new inclusions from the trailer confirmed three new free expansions that will crossover with other franchises. The first one pairs the players with Machete actor Danny Trejo, who here plays himself as he seeks to bring his famous Trejo’s Tacos to the island of Yara. The second DLC pack is an officially licensed Rambo story pack, which has the player allied with a Rambo super-fan decked out in the classic action hero’s gear. Lastly, the third story pack will include elements from the Netflix series Stranger Things, including a possible trip to the Upside Down. There will also be six Special Operations added post-launch that require the player to stop explosives set in new locations, as well as four new maps coming post-launch. This Far Cry 6 DLC promises tons of fun for the player even after the initial story is completed.
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