Ubisoft will be showing gameplay of the upcoming Far Cry 6 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 soon. The upcoming version will be shown in gameplay to avoid all situations that CD Projekt Red had to face because of Cyberpunk 2077.
Ubisoft has made sure to take lessons from the heavy lawsuits slapped onto CD Projekt Red, hence has decided to show Far Cry 6 being Played on both the old and new versions of Next-Gen consoles.
David Grivel, lead game designer on Far Cry 6, while talking to Video Games Chronicle, stated that efforts are being made by Ubisoft to show off the gameplay of Far Cry 6 on last-gen hardware. Obviously, these efforts are the consequences of the Cyberpunk 2077 controversy that ignited when fans of the game blamed developer CD Projekt Red for hiding the game’s unhinged performance on older consoles in advance of its launch.
“As we move onto the next few weeks and months, we will, for sure, start showing more on different platforms.” Said Grivel, clearly referring to 2077’s problem.
He further added, “What I can state, is that both on next-Gen and the previous generation of the Xbox Series and PS 5 generation, the game is running well,”.
Ubisoft released the first trailer of Far Cry 6 gameplay, on May 27 during an enthusiastic live stream. The trailer of the game signified some of the game’s silly elements, such as a killer CD player, and a crocodile in a t-shirt, in addition to serious scenes featuring the antagonist Giancarlo Esposito as Dictator Antón Castillo.