Ubisoft's embargo on all things Far Cry 6 is reportedly coming to an end soon. The news comes with hopes of some new trailers and deeper looks into the characters and gameplay.
Ubisoft's latest addition to the Far Cry franchise is just around the corner. The anxiety-inducing presence of one Giancarlo Esposito should shortly grace the announcement posts for the upcoming game.
Reddit has been abuzz with some not unfounded predictions that the embargo on all things Far Cry, sixth of its name, will be lifted on May 28, 2021. The end of the embargo will bring juicy morsels of information about the paradise that comes at a cost.
NEXTGEN's Twitter account recently shared the news that "Far Cry 6 trailer/interview embargo ends May 28th at 10:15 AM PDT/ 19:15 CEST." That's 17:15 GMT.
NEXTGEN came to this information via an "industry insider", and they proceed to direct the lovely people of Twitter towards their YouTube channel where they have discussed the matter at length (8 minutes and 16 seconds).
NEXTGEN's video promises a media blowout and the start of Ubisoft's Far Cry 6 marketing campaign on May 28. This will be done with at least one trailer and an increase in the game's presence across social(ist) media.
Giancarlo Esposito's character in Far Cry 6 has taken some time out of his busy schedule to take over Far Cry 6's own Twitter account that has also been picking up steam during the last week. The Antón Castillo Twitter account has been dropping propaganda about Yara's great leader last week, but the good people of Ubisoft have managed to take back control.
If NEXTGEN's video left you craving more Far Cry 6 content, don't fret: YouTuber JorRaptor, who covers news about Ubisoft games, has also hinted at something coming for Far Cry 6 this week in his new video.
Click here to read more about Far Cry 6's story details that have reportedly leaked back in January.