Why Far Cry 6 Features So Many Dominoes

Far Cry 6

Far Cry 6 Updates: The anticipation for Far Cry 6 has been huge and the games’ setting has revealed it to be one of the most dynamic and lush of the franchise. From what the impressive sets from trailers reveal, the fictional country of Yara is rich in flora and fauna. Also, the Yaran people have a strange love of dominoes.

The country Yara seems stuck in the past and that makes sense too. A revolution 50 years before the setting of Far Cry 6 cut off the land from the rest of the world.

It is visible in the presence of vintage cars and the makeshift items the Yaran people use. There are also many abandoned holiday sites that show the struggle of the people against their dictator, Anton Castillo.

The Love of Dominoes Is Indicative: Far Cry 6

Far Cry 6

Another strange thing in the setting is how much the people of Yara play dominoes. It may be indicative of their being stuck in times when dominoes were still popular while the rest of the world moved on. Even Dani, the protagonist of Far Cry 6, is an avid player of the game. He even has a tattoo of a domino tile on his left hand and one of the weapons trinkets features a domino a too.

It looks like the developers of Far Cry 6 got their game right when doing their work as dominoes were indeed popular back in the old time. Also today in real-world Caribbean countries like Cuba, the game is quite popular.

When doing research for the game, developers at Ubisoft went to Cuba to know about their culture. The country of Yara is a fictional one but much of its features and setting are inspired by the real world.

These little parallels and takeaways make the map and the people in the game more authentic. Fans will be waiting for October 7, 2021, as Far Cry 6 releases onPS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna.

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