It looks like we could see some gameplay from Ubisoft's upcoming shooter Far Cry 6 at AMD's Radeon RX 6000 series reveal event, which is scheduled for later today.
Today, AMD will officially reveal RDNA 2, their next generation of Radeon RX graphics cards. The event officially kicks off at 5:00 PM CET and you can expect to see some performance benchmarks and raw gameplay footage, running on AMD's new graphics cards.
In the announcement over on Twitter, AMD listed some of the games that could appear at the event. The list includes five games - Dirt 5, Godfall, WoW: Shadowlands, The Riftbreaker and Far Cry 6.
As you may know, we have already seen gameplay from every game except for Ubisoft's upcoming shooter Far Cry 6. The publisher only shared a CGI trailer during Ubisoft Forward event along with some nice-looking screenshots but proper gameplay footage was missing.
It's possible that we will see the game in action today, during AMD's event. This certainly would not be surprising since Far Cry 6 is a part of AMD's latest Ryzen and Radeon bundles. The RX 6000 series reveal seems like a perfect place to show first gameplay, running on these beefy new GPUs from Team Red.
The Radeon RX 6000 reveal event will be live-streamed over on YouTube . You can watch it in 4K from 5:00 PM CET / 9:00 AM PT.
Far Cry 6 will be set in a fictional country of Yara where players will play as a member of modern-day guerrilla trying to take down a Dictator played by Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito.
The game is set to release on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5 on February 18, 2020.