Ubisoft has published a new teaser showcasing some of the interesting features that will be included in Far Cry 6’s PC edition. Given that Far Cry 5 is one of the best-looking PC games, fans should anticipate Far Cry 6 to exceed expectations and provide a genuinely outstanding PC edition.
Since its announcement, the next installment in Ubisoft’s renowned open-world shooter franchise has been creating buzz, with a lot of buzz around the notion that Giancarlo Esposito will portray the primary antagonist. As part of the game’s final marketing push, Far Cry 6 received a new narrative trailer at Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event.
The PC features trailer begins by stating that Ubisoft is committed to providing the greatest possible gaming experience for high-end PCs. Far Cry 6 will come with a built-in benchmark tool for gamers to assess their settings, similar to other recent Ubisoft PC titles.
Ray Traced Reflections and Shadows were confirmed to be in the game, and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution technology was also mentioned as a graphical component. Later in the movie, a brief look at the settings menu is shown, which demonstrates how the currently selected graphical setting affects image quality.
In other exciting news, the game will support a multi-monitor configuration with an aspect ratio of up to 32:9. Far Cry 6 will also have a variety of accessibility features, including colorblind mode and text-to-speech in all supported languages. Ubisoft also announced that Photo Mode would be accessible, which appears to be rather comprehensive based on the video.
Those who are fortunate enough to have a high-end gaming PC will be able to make use of all of Far Cry 6’s graphics elements. However, Ubisoft has guaranteed that the game would be entertaining for the whole PC audience, and gamers will have to wait for specialized benchmarks to see how the game performs on lower-end PC hardware. Regardless, all of the accessibility and customization options shown in the video above should be accessible to everyone.
Far Cry 6’s system requirements reveal that the game demands a high-end machine, with the Ultra level being far too demanding for most PC gamers. The majority of prospective customers are finding it exceedingly difficult to obtain the latest powerful GPUs, owing to the continuing chip scarcity plaguing the tech industry worldwide.