Giancarlo Esposito says Far Cry 6 will have multiple endings: "You can make a decision in regard to what happens to Anton"

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A new Far Cry 6 (opens in new tab) interview with Giancarlo Esposito has revealed the game could have multiple endings. 

The Breaking Bad (opens in new tab) actor also revealed more about his character in the upcoming first-person shooter, dictator Anton Castillo, alongside a few other tidbits about the game itself, including the prospect of a branching narrative.

Talking to HypeBeast (opens in new tab), Esposito confirms that the performance required him "doing multiple takes for multiple different endgames", suggesting that Far Cry 6 will have a number of different endings with various outcomes for his character.

"The world is more complete now because you as a human being can make a decision in regard to what happens in regards to Anton Castillo. It’s a new world, and it’s a fabulous one to be in."

Esposito also admits he'd "known about Far Cry" before Ubisoft approached him about the role, but "wasn’t a gamer."

"The writer allowed me to know that he was a huge fan of Breaking Bad, which would be more worrisome if he wasn’t because I didn’t want to play Gus Fring again", explained Esposito. 

"And when I heard of this particular character, in the beginning, I really thought, “Oh, a little island nation, a little African island nation that could be Latin America, that’d be a way to differentiate this character from anything I’ve played before.”

Far Cry 6 launches for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5 (opens in new tab), and Xbox Series X (opens in new tab) on February 18, 2021. Stay tuned to GamesRadar for more coverage of the upcoming sequel leading up its release. 

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