That Far Cry series has had an interesting relationship with Breaking Bad, as Far Cry 6 plays Giancarlo Esposito in a Gus Fring-like role and Rather call Saul‘s Michael Mando was introduced to many through his infamous role as Vaas in Far Cry 3. Far Cry 6 makes that connection even more obvious as it is new Breaking Bad DLC that lets players customize their characters with different outfits for the show. It’s now out next door Insanity expansion that stars Vaas.
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That Breaking Bad DLC comes in two parts and has different gears depending on the package. That Heisenberg bundle is 1,200 Far Cry Credits (about $ 12) and contains a mirror prop that refers to Walt’s car wash business. Players can hang this in their turn, which is the car selected from the weapon wheel. It also comes with Walt’s jacket, slacks, watch, loafers and pork pie hats. The bundle also comes with two cannons, a pistol (similar to the one Todd used in the show) and a light machine gun.
That Los Pollos Hermanos bundle is 1,000 Far Cry Credits (about $ 10) and includes equipment from Fring’s Chicken Restaurant. It comes with the frying pan visor, slacks, apron, watch and sneakers. Although it does not include weapons, it does come with a 1967 Yuri 151 vehicle, which is like the truck in the show, moving meth and restaurant supplies around to Fring’s empire.
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This is not the only crossover in Far Cry 6. The game gets some missions that interfere with Rambo, Stranger Things, and actor Danny Trejo. Trejo’s mission was added to the game prematurely, but was quickly corrected. These missions will be completely free for everyone Far Cry 6 players.
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