Far Cry 6
Summary: While Far Cry 6 doesn't bring too many new ideas, Far Cry 6's gameplay and world still deliver the explosive fun the series is known for, even if it misses a few beats.
Far Cry 6's classic gameplay successfully mixes some fresh ideas.
Yara has many of the best areas of the franchise.
Far Cry 6's narrative misses some of its key notes.
Top Critic Average
There's plenty that's familiar about the latest entry in Ubisoft's open world shooter, but that doesn't stop it being a blast.
Yara is super lush and wonderful to explore, but the story and main villain are predictable.
Far Cry 6 smooths over a lot of the bumps that have cropped up in the past few games and even though it misses some steps, especially with its new inventory system, it's the best the series has been in years.
Marks a new era for the Far Cry series and delivers more explosive action and adventure than ever before, even as the story fumbles some of its more upsetting plot points.
Colourful and brutal, funny and horrifying, Far Cry 6 is the distilled essence of its franchise, as well as a richer and more coherent experience than recent outings.
Whether you're pushing the mainline story forward or pursuing side missions, Far Cry 6 provides a cornucopia of fun and engaging activities, wrapped in the series' best gameplay and most beautiful setting
Though it can be really fun, especially when it descends into absolute chaos, Far Cry 6 is overstuffed and disjointed, with so many ideas that it's tough to focus.
Far Cry 6 is a waste of potential
Unfortunately, Far Cry 6 has missed the mark again, with too few significant improvements and a lot of bloat.