If you want to cheat this treasure hunt on El Este’s southern shore, check our Far Cry 6 A Rising Tide code guide. The goal is to locate boats and use them to obtain and request a unique code to unlock a locked door. However, you may not only cheat by just looking up the code, but the game even allows you to do so if you know where to look.
So let’s get started on the Far Cry 6 A Rising Tide code solution and open the door.
Far Cry 6 A Rising Tide code
The Far Cry 6 A Rising Tide code is obtained by locating a series of named boats with numbers – such as the one seen above – and then using the names and numbers to press buttons within that building to access a door. You can either look about for all the boats, which we’ll explain shortly, or you can simply explore beneath the building in the image, where you’ll find a letter with the answer:
The boat names are listed on the note in the order in which you must press them. So now all you have to do is go inside and push the buttons that correspond to the names on the list in the order they appear on the list.
When you’ve done that, the door will open, revealing the reward inside: a one-of-a-kind gun known as Camo Quinceanera. Soft target rounds, a 3x tactical site, and a laser pointer are included, as well as various holster and reload speed improvements. If you obtain it early in the game, it’s not a bad gun, but if you get it later, you could be disappointed.
Now, if you want to complete the task in its entirety, you’ll need to locate all of the boats distributed across the hamlet and cross-reference the numbered signs with them. Because these boats are all vividly coloured, you can dismiss any that are mossy and boring. The first boat you’ll need is the pink one we mentioned earlier, which can be found in the town’s centre. From there, turn right and go down the wooden staircase to a building with a zip line that leads to this boat:
Return to the pink boat and turn left until you notice a blue boat perched on a roof on the opposite side of the road:
Drop down into this building’s back yard and follow it to the left until you notice a yellow boat on another roof:
That’s all the boats you’ll find, so don’t go crazy hunting for the Roja Victoria; it’s not there. You’ll have the following information for the boats you’ve discovered:
- El Tigre is ranked first.
- Papi Chulo isn’t 5 (the sign denotes that something isn’t equal).
- Number three belongs to El Lucky.
- Clarita is on number four.
From there, figure out the order in which El Tigre, Papi Chulo, El Lucky, Clarita, and Roja Victoria occur in the cheat note. You’re done if you press the buttons in that order.