Welcome to our ‘Far Cry 6: All About Heat!’ guide. This Far Cry 6 article covers the basics of Heat. You will discover what a ‘Heat’ is, when a pursuit begins, and how to escape hostile troops.
Far Cry 6: What is the Heat Meter bar and how does it load?
It’s like the GTA cops stars in Far Cry 6. Heat meter next to radar in bottom left corner of screen steadily fills up with enemy troops killed.
The Heat gauge reveals how attentive your foes are. The first bar will be yellow. Once it reaches 50%, additional “normal” troops will come.
Notably, the Heat bar may deplete on its own if you don’t assault or notify any foes for a long time.
What is the red pursuit bar?
If the Heat bar reaches 100%, it turns red and the pursuit begins. The major challenge is the Special Forces personnel, who can utilize rovers and heavy equipment, as well as conceal behind folding shields.
To fight or flight is for you to decide.
Each new pursuit offers two options: fight or flight. Armed with excellent weaponry and technology, or driving a decent vehicle like an armored ride, tank, or helicopter is a solid alternative. This will help you beat special troops.
If you don’t have adequate equipment or don’t want to risk direct fight, flee. It’s simple to fail. You may exit enemy-used asphalt routes (sadly, a helicopter might join the hunt) or reach the next ally area (e.g. one of the rebel hideouts). If you lose the chase, the game will inform you and the Heat bar will be reset to 0.
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