In a developer AMA on Reddit, the team elaborated on its decision to keep Hurk out of the game. Ubisoft wanted to "spotlight" characters from Yara, the fictionalized take on Cuba that serves as Far Cry 6's setting. Because of that, Hurk will instead be off on "other adventures" during Far Cry 6.
Unfortunately, Hurk won't be making an appearance in Far Cry 6. In June, the developers confirmed in a Reddit AMA that Hurk is absent from this latest installment. They acknowledged that Hurk and his ancestor are considered Far Cry legends, but explained that the team wanted to focus on the characters of Yara.
Far Cry 6's Vaas: Insanity DLC's takes the mind of the beloved FC3 protagonist and translates it into solid roguelike gameplay. Doing the same thing over and over, as Vaas, is the definition of insanity, and that pitch alone makes the Far Cry 6 DLC enticing. Playing it, on the other hand, is unreal.
Vaas is alive. If anything, the Insanity DLC makes it clear how deep Citra's manipulations of her brother went. There are sweet moments seen of their childhood, but everything she puts him through becomes more clear and clear.
Boomer returns in Far Cry 6 and can be recruited as an Amigo. Dani Rojas finds him trapped inside a shipping container while searching for American weapons. A letter in the interior reveals that Hurk sent him off to Yara in hopes that he'd have a better life there than in Montana. Afterwards, Dani names him Boom-Boom.
The game ends with either Jason's ritualistic death at the hands of Citra if he chooses to murder his friends and stay with Citra, or Citra's accidental death at the hands of Dennis if Jason chooses to saves his friends and leave the island in order to try and leave the violence behind.
To get access to Hurk, you'll need to complete the Days of Blunder Sidequest. When you call him to aid you he'll arrive in a four-wheel motorbike you can use. Level him up and he'll reload his RPG faster and eventually, they'll also track vehicles.
All of this evidence adds up to establish that the dog inside the shipping container in Far Cry 6 actually is Boomer. It seems that Hurk was able to get the furry companion out of Hope County, Montana before the nuclear explosion in Far Cry 5, avoiding the animal's death that so many assumed had taken place.
Wenja is the language spoken in the new best-selling video game from Ubisoft, Far Cry Primal (suggested retail: $59.99). It's not a purely fictional language like Klingon from Star Trek, Elvish in the Lord of the Rings or Dothraki from Game of Thrones.
Taking place in the Cuba-inspired region of Yara, Far Cry 6 is set amidst a clash of conflicts. The leader in power, Antón Castillo, who is voiced by Afro-Italian actor Giancarlo Esposito, rules over the citizens with a dictatorship.
In Far Cry Absolution (which is “official” but probably not canon), the Seeds have been in Hope County for 12 to 15 years. Mary May is said to be 29 (almost 30), John is ten years older than her, and Joseph is in his fifties.
Sharky is a confirmed furry. In dialogue with his aunt Adelaide Drubman, it is shown he has a crush on her. He will even admit to it while talking to the Junior Deputy. Sharky and his cousin Hurk are both voiced by the same actor, Dylan Taylor.
Go to the Haskell Lookout Tower,clear out the cultists, then move down the ziplines to another cabin and clear out the cultists there, too. Once you secure Hurk's car, drive it back to Hurk Sr. to complete the mission and unlock Hurk.
Far Cry 6. Though Willis doesn't physically appear in the game, he is called via radio by Sean McKay in the mission "The Deported," with the latter offering to sell Huntley WMDs and Viviro upon returning to the US.
Vaas Montenegro was once what appeared to be a "good guy". He was the local hero for the native tribe that calls Rook Island (where Far Cry 3's story takes place) home and generally walked the straight and narrow.