Far Cry 6: Release date, Gameplay, System Requirements Which you have to know

Gamers be ready!!! Our favorite game series named Far Cry is coming up with another edition. After a lots of delay and dilemma, finally, they are going to release Far Cry 6.

So, if you curious to know more regarding this, then I assure you that, this article is quite helpful for you. So, let’s begin.

Release date of Far Cry 6

Originally Far Cry 6 scheduled for release in 29th October 2020. But we all know what happened in last year. The developer have to postpone the original release date due to COVID 19. But now finally they are going to release this fan favorite game on 18th February 2021.

Just want to say you one thing that, Ubisoft the main developer of this game, announced almost 4 year ago that, Far Cry 6 is now officially under development.

Platforms where it releases

Now, the most important thing is that on which platform, the game gonna be release. But I assure you that, you don’t need to worry about it. The game developers almost cover all the platforms that you used. I mean the game is gonna be released in Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and as well as 5. Besides these, you can play it on Xbox one, Xbox series X/S and stadia.


It’s quiet common that, like previous parts, this part is also a first-person shooter game. Plot of the game is based upon in Caribbean island of Yara. This is probably the largest Far Cry playground till today’s date.

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System Requirements

I think this will be a headache for every gamer. Though the game is quiet heavy and the graphics is also very good from our expectations, then it obvious that it needs some heavy system requirements.

It needs a windows 10 64 bit operating system, Intel core i5 or AMD FX 8350 processor. Beside this, recommend memory is 8gb and an AMD Radeon R9 380, RX 570 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4GB, GTX 1050 or better. Minimum 60 gb of hard disk space required for better experience.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for getting more updates.

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