Even a week has passed since the game Far Cry 6, gives Ubisoft, was released, and in addition to good reviews from both the press and the players, it also attracted the attention of others. And one of those looks was a look MAP, an animal rights organization that is requesting that the Cockfighting mini-game be removed from Far Cry 6.
On its official website, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has published a statement signed by its manager Latin american map, on the day “Far Cry 6” was released, but only in recent days has attracted public attention to it.
Not reported Alicia Aguayo placeholder image He says:
“Turning a bloody and gruesome sport like cockfighting into a Mortal Kombat-style video game is far from a real innovation, as modern society is strongly opposed to forcing animals to fight to the death.
Roosters used in combat are equipped with sharp spurs that pierce skin and bones, causing excruciating and fatal wounds. PETA Latino urges Ubisoft to replace this reprehensible minigame with one that does not celebrate violence. “
For PETA Latino, “animals do not belong to us for fun or abuse.”
In its response, published in an official statement, Ubisoft justified the existence of the Rooster Ring mini-game without even citing PETA and its request.
Far Cry 6 is a work of fiction set on the fictional Caribbean island of Yara. Many additional secondary activities are part of the Yara culture and history, which have been inspired by the various cultures of Latin America. “
Far Cry 6 is available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC.