Far Cry 6 Challenges For Perk Points Leaked Online

Far Cry 6 has 37 challenges and 463 obtainable XP on Ubisoft Connect, leak reveals.

Since its announcement at Ubisoft Forward in July 2020, Far Cry 6 has been one of the most anticipated games to release this year. It’s the upcoming sequel to one of the most renowned video game franchises from Ubisoft, Far Cry. Due to its notoriety, it comes as no surprise that leaks from the game have started to surface before its release.

As Far Cry 6 comes close to release, a new leak on Exophase reveals the challenges in the game for Ubisoft Connect. Since this leak isn’t our own, we can’t be certain about its authenticity. However, it does seem rather genuine.

Far Cry 6 Challenges
Challenges and obtainable XP in Far Cry 6 on Ubisoft Connect. | Source: Exophase

So far, only two players seem to have completed a few of the challenges, which could mean that this leak comes from a review version of the game since there is no demo version that players can download to preview it. The challenges seem very straightforward and simple to complete, similar to previous Far Cry instalments. However, there also seem to be references to “Special Operations,” which seem exciting to play.

Far Cry 6 Achievements
“Spared No Expense” achievement in Far Cry 6 on Ubisoft Connect. | Source: Exophase

Now, 37 challenges in Far Cry 6 are slightly lower than the 50 achievements in Far Cry 5. However, we’re not certain if these are with DLCs or without them, but we assume that these are without DLCs as the game doesn’t get released for another week. Either way, these challenges seem like they would be really very enjoyable to complete. Far Cry 6 is scheduled to release on 6th October 2021 and we certainly can’t wait to see what Ubisoft has come up with.

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Huzaifa Khan

From writing short stories in my room to finding my true enthusiasm for video game and computer hardware journalism, I play video games and write about them.

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