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Far Cry 6 Dates The Arrival Of Pagan Min, The Eccentric Villain From Far Cry 4

The second DLC of Far Cry 6 is called Pagan: Control and will be available next week

 

 

If there’s one thing the Far Cry saga has always stood out for, it’s its villains. Ubisoft has ensured that in its games, it’s the antagonist that really takes centre stage, and Far Cry 6 is no exception, with Giancarlo Esposito notably playing Anton Castillo, the dictator of the Yara region.

The company knows that it’s the villains who have the charisma, and that’s why they’ve added a season pass to this numbered instalment that includes three of the most iconic villains. We already had the arrival of Vaas from Far Cry 3, and now Pagan Min will be the one to make an appearance with the DLC called Pagan: Control, which will be released in the coming days.

 

 

Specifically, this content will land in Far Cry 6 on 11 January, which is Tuesday next week. Far Cry 4’s eccentric antagonist will be back in action, and we’ll be able to control the character ourselves “by going through the character’s mind, learning from his past and confronting familiar faces to free ourselves from the cycle of guilt and regret”.

The Pagan Min DLC will be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Stadia as part of the Season Pass. Vaas can be purchased separately for €14.99, so expect a similar price this time around. That leaves the arrival of the third and final DLC, which will allow us to take control of Joseph Seed, the villain of the fifth instalment, in a piece of content titled Joseph: Collapse.

As for Far Cry 6, it’s worth noting that Ubisoft has dropped hints within the game itself of a possible new mode or standalone instalment in the future, so keep an eye on the franchise. The title as such felt like a turning point in the series, being the biggest yet but also returning to an overly repetitive formula. If you want to know more, check out our review of Far Cry 6.

Source: gamecored

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