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Where to find Far Cry 6 Industrial Circuits

Far Cry 6 industrial circuits
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Far Cry 6 industrial circuits are a crafting resource essential to crafting the best weapon mods in the game. Top tier scopes, silencers and all rank 4 attachments need industrial circuits. But they're not the easiest thing to find in Far Cry 6. Like gun powder with lower grade attachments these are almost a currency to buy upgrades as much as a resource to craft them. You wont just find them lying around for the most part, which might leave you wondering where you're supposed to get them.

Which is why we've made this guide to Far Cry 6 industrial circuit locations - where they are and how you can find as many as possible to make top level upgrades possible sooner. You won't really find any as you play unfortunately unless you do specific missions or visit certain vendors, so let's take a look at how you can get Far Cry 6 industrial circuits easily and quickly. 

Far Cry 6 industrial circuits locations

Far Cry 6 industrial circuits

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Far Cry 6 industrial circuits aren't located in the world as such - the ones you can find are largely the result of mission rewards or bought from very specific vendors for equally specific currency. As far as we know, there are three ways to get industrial circuits in Far Cry 6:

  • As a Reward for Bandidos Missions: There's a small chance that Bandidos operations will offer the player industrial circuits as a random reward. Keep an eye out for them both as main rewards and for the minor orders given at an operation's completion.
  • Bought from Lola with Moneda: Lola appears at all three main Guerilla Camps as your contact to start co-op gameplay. You can earn her special currency, Moneda, by completing the missions she offers you, then spend it with her to get industrial circuits, among other things. Don't worry if you don't have any friends to play co-op with; you can play her missions solo to earn Moneda regardless.
  • Sell Alpha Meat: Any regular merchant will sell industrial circuits to the player if you have Alpha Meat to sell them. Alpha Meat is obtained by killing the randomly-spawning Alpha Animals that spawn across the map, though you need to have built and upgraded the Hunter's Lodge so you get the Animal Anatomy Guide. There's no way to predict where these animals will show up though, so it's purely a lottery.

Far Cry 6 industrial circuits crafting uses

Far Cry 6 industrial circuits

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Industrial circuits in Far Cry 6 are used to make the game's best upgrades for weapons and Supremos, usually any attachment that has a Rank 4 on it (the best they can get). You'll need them to craft effective attachments and move your arsenal into the mid-to-late game. That being said, industrial circuits in Far Cry 6 are never really common, so you shouldn't get into the habit of spending them willy-nilly or treating them as disposable.

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Joel Franey
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Joel Franey is a writer, journalist, podcaster and raconteur with a Masters from Sussex University, none of which has actually equipped him for anything in real life. As a result he chooses to spend most of his time playing video games, reading old books and ingesting chemically-risky levels of caffeine. He is a firm believer that the vast majority of games would be improved by adding a grappling hook, and if they already have one, they should probably add another just to be safe. You can find old work of his at USgamer, Gfinity, Eurogamer and more besides.