How to get the wingsuit in Far Cry 6
You’ve come to the right place if you’re wondering how to get the Far Cry 6 Wingsuit. For numerous games now, the gliding wings have been a hallmark of the franchise, allowing players to achieve limited flight power when falling from a high height. When used properly, the Wingsuit can allow players to navigate Far Cry 6 and Yara at breakneck speeds, escaping opponents or simply travelling quicker than any other vehicle, going over obstacles rather than across/around them. That’s why, in our guide below, we’ll show you where to find and unlock the wingsuit as soon as possible.
How to Get the Far Cry 6 Wingsuit
To obtain the Far Cry 6 Wingsuit, players must proceed through the game until they unlock customisable and upgradeable rebel camps. You must travel out from the initial island to the point where the plot splits into three separate pathways with various rebel factions. Choose any of them, and you’ll soon be able to enter a rebel camp where you can build and customise new structures for various purposes, using the materials you’ve been collecting from trucks and chests up until now.
This is essential: once you’ve unlocked the camp, you’ll want to establish a Hideout Network at the Construction Desk. This will involve the use of the following materials:
The Hideout Network serves its own purpose, but it also includes the Wingsuit! It’ll be outfitted automatically, so all you have to do now is select an appropriate height, throw yourself towards the ground, and miss.
How to Use the Far Cry 6 Wingsuit
When you have the Wingsuit, falling from a significant height will allow you to activate it, similar to the parachute. Press the command that appears (typically the Left Stick/L3) to deploy the wings. From there, you may control your fall by either plunging to build speed and momentum or drawing up into a controlled glide. Just remember to deploy your parachute before touching down! It’s really handy to go around more quickly by air dropping into a safe house and gliding to a destination – it’ll be faster than roads and you won’t be disturbed, even if it’s enemy airspace. If you’re having problems steering, there are wingsuit control options in the pause menu that you can tweak to your pleasure. You may also utilise the map to quickly travel above specific spots, allowing you to drop in from the sky rather than simply appearing on the ground.