Ranking the Far Cry Games from Best to Worst

5. Far Cry 6

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It’s clear Far Cry 5 was a tough act to follow: it’s the best-selling game in the franchise, and a superb action game to boot. But Ubisoft came up with a solid sequel in Far Cry 6, which features a charismatic new villain played by Giancarlo Esposito of The Mandalorian fame. Esposito’s character leads a dictatorship on an island based on Cuba, where a revolution is about to begin.

Here you play as Dani Rojas, who joins the guerrilla revolution in another huge open-world game by Ubisoft. Also welcome is the fact that Rojas is not a mute character like Far Cry 5’s protagonist. He has a voice and is seen in the game’s cutscenes, adding to the feeling of immersion. But despite some nice streamlining in the gameplay (you loot dead enemies by walking over them instead of having to press a button) this largely follows the same template as Far Cry 5 did, but is a fun ride nonetheless.

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