Saturday , October 16 2021

Animal rights activists demanded the elimination of rooster fights in Far Cry 6 | Games



The Latin American arm of the animal protection organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) criticized Ubisoft for adding 6 cockfights to Far Cry. The statement was posted on the official PETA website.

In Far Cry 6, Rooster Fighting is transformed into a Tekken-style fighting game in which users control the fighting roosters. PETA has asked developers to remove this minigame from the title, as it exalts cruelty to animals. Animal rights activists noted that modern society is opposed to cockfighting, in which birds inflict serious mutuals to entertain spectators.

The release of Far Cry 6 took place on October 7 on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X, PlayStation 4 and 5. The average score of a shooter on the Metacritic review aggregator is 75 points above 100. You can find out more about the game in the review of the editor of Cybersport.ru, Bair Vydar Modonov.

Far Cry 6 review: cockfighting, transgender rights and Macarena fighting

Far Cry 6 review: cockfighting, transgender rights and Macarena fighting

What does everyone want on a cold October night? Plaid and cocoa? Come on, where better to go to the white beaches of the Caribbean. There, where summer lasts a whole year and the music never stops. Where alarm clocks replace cockfighting and tank firing. There, where a brutal dictator enslaved an entire country. Throw away the cocoa and the blanket, Commander, time to ignite the revolution! And read the review of Far Cry 6.


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