Far Cry 6 after many hours played

Far Cry 6 after many hours played

When I made the Game incursion from the Far Cry 6, I was curious about if the game performance would be worse when the prologue was finished. Because the story starts in a smaller island but next the map give you access to a lot more of terrain in another island.

The amount of new terrain is huge, I am impressed by the quantity compared to other Far Cry games. At this moment, I have played more of 35 hours, probably more because there is a small fault in the counter. I play in two computers and just when I play in one count things at 100%.

However, I finished the Far Cry 5 at a similar amount of hours and with the Far Cry 6 I have not finished all the missions and discovered everything. There are many things that I have not seen. However, I had started the missions from the begining, I had discovered more secrets at the same time and my advance had been faster. But I have not any hurry. When more time takes, better. πŸ˜›

About game performance. I have been playing with a Ryzen 5 3600X/GTX 1060 6GB/32GB RAM DDR4 3600Mhz and with a Ryzen 5 3500X/GTX 1060 3GB/16GB RAM DDR4 3733Mhz without any problem, more or less with 60 fps. The first computer use a Gsync compatible screen, a Acer Predator 144hz 1080p. The second just a older Benq 1080p screen. Both playing High detail.

With both computers, it runs very similar to Far Cry 5 or New Dawn, very smooth without any problem. Even with the last patch from this week, I would say how the game win more fps and it runs better.

Looking the price from graphics cards, well, I do not go to try with something better by the moment. Anyway, I do not like other modern games. I do not like third view games and just I like shooters, not all, just some of them. This game is very good for me by the different amount of things that you can find inside. Because you can discover most of the terrain without follow the same path or missions. Because it is different to many other games. Very fun. πŸ™‚

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