Review of the Far Cry 6 Pagan Min Control DLC: So, we played the second DLC from Far Cry 6’s Season Pass content, and the results are not the way you’d expect.
If you have already purchased the FC6 Season Pass, this DLC includes playing it immediately.
If those are contemplating purchasing this paid Season Pass or not, this review will assist you in making a choice.
Please go through the Far Cry 6 Pagan Min Control review to find my opinions about this DLC.
Far Cry 6 Control DLC Review
Plot & Setting
FC6’s Control DLC takes you right into the world of Kyrat. The best part is that you’ll get to be Pagan Min and become acquainted with him.
He was voice by none other than the world-renowned Troy Baker. Troy Baker again shows his remarkable talent and delivers Pagan Min to life.
If you’ve played the first DLC in the FC6 season pass, called Insanity. And you’re content to know that Control follows the same route.
The DLC begins with Pagan Min enjoying a wonderful lunch with Ishwari and their daughter Lakshmana and Ajay Ghale.
At some point, the evil dark side manifestation of Pagan reveal, and Lakshmana takes out and shoots Pagan.
You awake in the shackled mind of Pagan, trying to find ways to shut down your dark side and then return to your family.
Similar to the previous DLC, the events occur within the head of Pagan.
The locations from FC4, However, inspire the entire Kyrat; the site is slightly different.
The open world replaced by huge maps that players can replay to earn more loot every time.
Yes, that’s right. The gameplay based on the previous DLC’s rogue-lite style, and the difficulty divides into five different levels of mind.
As a Pagan, Min attempt to cover up the savageries of your past, but you eventually accept these as your faults.
It’s about talking your dark side through the game, acknowledging your mistakes, apologizing, and making amends.
The whole thing is portrayed in the spirit realm of Kyrat. Its manifestations take on the form in the form of Golden Path soldiers.
In contrast to FC4, the soldiers protected by enemies decorate with vibrant colors, and when you shoot them, they break up into bright smoke.
Ajay Ghale appears at times and acts as a mini-boss between quests. He is the ultimate symbol of destruction (the DLC is a sequel to the FC4 finale in which Ajay killed Pagan’s helicopter).
Therefore, your goal is to repair broken statues, find the fragments of your mask, ensure your family’s safety, and join with Lakshmana.
This is what was explained by Pagan within”Spare,” the “Spare” ending of FC4; Pagan only visited Lakshmana’s shrine as an ordinary man and left it”like this.”
The death of his daughter is the root of his brutal dictatorship and is the root of all the violence against Golden Path & the People in retribution for Mohan (who murdered Lakshmana).
Troy Baker provides an excellent voice-over, noting and describing every sensation associated with Pagan as a human being.
If you liked FC4 and want to learn more about the details and world of FC4, The content this DLC provides is well worth the price.
It also takes you right into the mind of one of FC4’s significant antagonists, which is second just to Vaas.
Review of the Far Cry 6 Pagan Min Control DLC
Graphics & Gameplay
In contrast to the Insanity DLC, Far Cry 6 tried to keep the same feel as FC3’s original gameplay.
FC3, Far Cry 6 DLC Pagan Min Control looks like they stepped up the ante and kept it comparable but distinct from the original FC6 game.
My opinion is that all of the graphics and the details were better and cleaner than they did before.
In addition, by removing the vast open-world in the DLC, it feels like the area of view appears improved (mainly because of the smaller boundaries of the map).
The overall foliage and features look more appealing.
The primary focus this time is the gunplay. Again, the developers have nailed this part.
Rogue-lites start with only an assault rifle and then finish your runs to collect an arsenal crate, more respect (which is essential to the game), and significant power-ups that make your character stronger each time you finish an exercise.
One caveat is that you’ll lose your permanent stats or weapons until you have reached one of the many safehouses before you die.
Mind Level 1 Mind Level 1 is the best approach with minimal difficulty to get you comfortable with the game’s new features.
When you finish the most challenging task (like the search for mask pieces). You’ll be able to watch a cutscene that gives additional insight into Pagan’s thoughts and his emotions, as well as his affection towards his child.
These cutscenes are fun and serve as a fitting conclusion to Far Cry 4.
Review of the Far Cry 6 Pagan Min Control DLC
FC6’s dev’s decision to revolve in the Season Pass contents around the characters. From the earlier games is among the best decisions of Far Cry DLCs’ history.
Combining weapons and the Far Cry recipe with rogue-lite is a new approach to the game’s constant gameplay of unmasking check-posts and freeing areas.
This innovative take on gameplay deserves its own game, but due to the brief runtime and the limited plot elements.
You still get a full closure of Pagan Min, a dependable character in the series. Other goodies, such as unlockable clothes accessories, are added to your primary FC6 game to allow Dani Rojas to shine.
With all of the elements that we’ve covered for the Far Cry 6 DLC Control Review. We offer an affirmative “YES” for you to try it out, and we think it’s worth the time.
After having played this DLC, it’s possible to say that this is the perfect moment to buy to purchase the Season Pass. which also includes Vaas’s Insanity and Joseph’s Collapse DLCs.
If you’re avid players of the earlier Far Cry games, you must play one.
Stunningly, it comes alive. I believe that this DLC definitely can make up for the missing opportunities in FC4.