Far Cry 6 gains a second expansion pack on January 11 with the launch of the Pagan Min DLC.
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In a statement, the games company detailed how players will “embody Pagan Min” in a “brand-new experience”. The experience will be “inspired by the roguelite genre taking place in the depths of the villain’s troubled psyche”.
The statement continues that the DLC will blend together “intense action and storytelling”. It will provide a “unique opportunity for players to explore Pagan’s mind’. Fans of the lore behind the franchise will appreciate learning about his past.
The latest DLC continues the trend started by the first Far Cry 6 DLC – Vaas: Insanity. That also had a Far Cry villain (Vaas Montenegro from Far Cry 3) battling his demons in a roguelite adventure.
The Pagan Min expansion pack is priced at £11.99 or is available as part of the Far Cry 6 season pack.
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