Far Cry 4 Box Art Controversy Clarified by Ubisoft: “He’s not White and That’s not the Player”

Far Cry 4

Last week, Ubisoft announced brand new instalment in Far Cry franchise, Far Cry 4. The publisher showcased game’s official box art featuring two mysterious character. Every since the reveal of box art, internet and gaming world has been buzzing who these characters are and what exactly are their roles in Far Cry 4.

Far Cry 4 Box Art

Many fans went on to raise question on sexual orientation of the central character in the box art (the one in the pink suit, prediction/speculation are high that he’s GAY).

Far Cry 4 Creative Director Alex Hutchinson via Twitter has clarified all controversy related to game’s box art. He announced that the character is neither White nor the player.

“Just so it’s clear for those jumping to conclusions: He’s not white and that’s not the player.”

Its really not a good thing to make an assumptions just based on the cover art of the game. No doubt Far Cry series have been in the news for all the wrong reason in the past and we wouldn’t be suprised to learn that the two characters in the box art have some controversial things to say. But jumping the gun way to early and make nasty speculations and prediction is not accepted.

Just a few moments ago details regarding Far Cry 4: Lead Characters, Storyline and Plot were leaked via Uplay listing, you can read out it in our coverage: Far Cry 4 Story Details, Lead Character Name Leaked: “Ajay Ghale, Civil War Against Dictator Pagan Min”