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  • heyscot
    Original poster 69 posts

    Hey Ubisoft,

    I submitted this feedback some time ago in the hopes it would make Farcry 6, but so far I'm not seeing any Syrian hamsters in the game. Just so I'm clear, this is the feature set for this pet:

    1. It should be a male and female hamster.
    2. The hamsters only operate at night.
    3. The hamsters can be sent to chew through cords, thus disabling alarms or vehicles.
    4. You have to keep a hamster cage in your base for your hamsters to sleep in during the day.
    5. Possible upgrades for the hamster cage (which in turn upgrade the hamster's abilities) include a bigger cage, a better wheel, and better food (gained through gathering and crafting)
    6. Hamsters can pack their pouches with different materials and deliver them to places (for example--a hamster could pack C4 and a detonator and plant it where you say)
    7. Hamsters also acquire enemy targets
    8. Please remember that when hamsters run outside of their cage, they usually flatten their bodies and ears and move very fast


    Thanks guys! I look forward to the update!

    S.

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  • DV20Katana
    184 posts

    @heyscot
    I hate all companions in all games and I specially hate the rooster, dog and crocodile in FC6 (I have avoided them).

    But I will use this hamster if its added to the game 😂

    Great stuff gave me a welcome laugh - some good ideas there aha.

  • heyscot
    Original poster 69 posts

    @dv20katana I haven't quite been able to figure out Chorizo, but I'm looking forward to it. I send the little guy in, and sometimes I'll get credit for one of his skills but most of the time not. So I think I'm just doing it wrong. Maybe you could also have a skill where you can put a hamster in a plastic ball and have it run past guards to confuse them.

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