Ubisoft has rolled out the Far Cry 6 update 1.000.006 patch this November 15, and this is to prep the game for the Vaas: Insanity DLC set for release tomorrow, November 16! Same as in almost every game, the actual data for the DLC is released a day before it gets activated. This title update is out for both last-gen, and next-gen consoles.
Far Cry 6 Update 1.000.006 Patch Notes:
Update: Ubisoft has released the official patch notes:
Download sizes (based on development environment)
Xbox One: ~13 GB
Xbox Series X|S: ~6 GB
PlayStation 4: 512 MB
PlayStation 5: 600 MB
- Fixed an issue causing a Danny & Dani vs Everybody loading screen to appear.
- Fixed an issue causing the Weapon Wheel selection to not work properly.
- Fixed an issue where the Danny & Dani vs Everybody mission stayed in the journal for players that had accepted the mission prior to Title Update 2.
- Fixed an issue that caused the “Posh trousers” to be missing when buying the King and Country bundle after Title Update 2 had launched.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Double-O Pistol to be missing after buying the King and Country bundle.
- General bug fixes
No official patch notes regarding the gameplay-related changes have been released just yet by the devs, but here’s what players can expect from the Vaas DLC via Ubisoft’s press release:
Players will embody Vaas, the iconic villain from Far Cry® 3 played by Michael Mando (Better Call Saul), who is reprising his role in a brand-new experience inspired by the roguelite genre. Starting with nothing more than a pistol to defend themselves, players will need to find new weapons and unlock power-ups to become stronger and progress deeper into the depths of Vaas’ psyche. Blending intense action and storytelling, Vaas: Insanity will provide a unique opportunity to better understand Vaas’ past, personal demons and motivations.
We’ll be updating the post once the official patch notes have been released, so make sure to check back later today.
If you haven’t played the game yet, go read our Far Cry 6 review here, where we state, “It’s not going to win over any Far Cry naysayers, but fans of the series should thoroughly enjoy what Ubisoft have done here. It is, in my opinion, the best Far Cry title since 2012’s Far Cry 3.”