‘Far Cry 6’ QR codes may be teasing a ‘Far Cry’ survival game

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There may be a secret video teaser for the Far Cry spin-off

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in-game QR code Far Cry 6 Some appear to be teasing multiplayer projects within the franchise.

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Originally a YouTuber. Viewed by Thrust Raptor (Via loadout), the QR code in the game can be scanned with a phone, which then reveals various Easter eggs and secret videos. JorRaptor’s video shows where QR codes can be found in the game, and what they reveal.

In the game a scannable code from a crate leads to a video with a cartoon revolver room and what looks like some sort of in-game map. The map, which can be seen at about 2:20, features badges with animals, red arrows, and a series of temples and landscapes.


Far Cry 6 QR Code Map. credit: Ubisoft/Zor Raptor

Then a screen flashes that looks like a leopard in body armor attacking a man with a gun, in a process called “Attack of the Beasts”. JorRaptor believes the Red Arrows are the players, which is interesting. Far Cry 6 And other series titles have supported only two-player co-op, while three are Red Arrows.

Badges on maps with animals on them can indicate where they can be found, giving the impression that the image is teasing some sort of online existence. totally different Experience.

This theory is supported when blood splashes across the map screen, only for the red arrows to then turn into skull badges, possibly suggesting that after being attacked by one of the animals on the map. The players of those arrows are now dead.

“I think they’re hinting at some kind of battle royale” totally different game,” says Jorraptor. “Where they’re putting the world together from previous titles.”


One of the QR codes also teases the upcoming animated totally different netflix show, Captain Lesserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix, along with some character art, as JorRaptor shows at the beginning of the video.

In other news, EGX Rezzed will become EGX Birmingham next year, and it will also open the door to AAA publishers at the event, not just indie titles.

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