Ubisoft has said that it accidentally added a mission featuring Hollywood actor Danny Trejo into Far Cry 6 early and that it has subsequently begun removing it from the game.
In a statement released on Twitter, Ubisoft explained that the mission "Dani & Danny vs Everybody", which included the Spy Kids and Sons of Anarchy actor, had been released into the game by mistake. "The Dani & Danny vs Everybody mission is a work-in-progress and was accidentally released early," read the statement. "We're working to remove it and look forward to when players can check out the final version."
Since raising the mistake with its fanbase, Ubisoft has begun rolling out an update to Far Cry 6 that will see the mission removed from the game. While the studio has said that it will add the mission back into the game at a later date when it has been completed, some of the community were keen to point out that they'd already finished it.
I did it though. pic.twitter.com/xIP2x5tv0t
— ECLIPSE MOON117 (@EMoon117) November 2, 2021
As well as removing Danny Trejo from Yara, the update also came with a number of tweaks and fixes for Far Cry 6. New daily and weekly challenges have now been added to the game as well as a range of general fixes and a new special operation called Los Tres Santos, which will be available for players from November 9.
According to Ubisoft's announcement, the patch for the game will weigh in at between 13GB and 19GB for Xbox One, while on Xbox Series X|S it will take up slightly more space at 14GB to 20GB. For PlayStation users, though, those figures are higher. An update for the PS4 will set players back between 49GB and 60GB of space depending on their region – while on PS5 the patch is a hefty 90GB. On PC things are slightly different. The initial update will need 54GB of free space, however, there's also an added HD texture pack that uses another 47GB.
In other related news, Far Cry 6 recently made headlines for its bold choice in marketing tactics. While many games try to keep fans playing their games with additional DLC and content drops, Ubisoft took a different approach by calling players out via email when they believed you'd lost interest in the game. The emails themselves were sent as if they had been crafted by the game's villain, Antón Castillo, and taunted players with subject lines such as "You disappoint me" and "It was amusing to watch you fail".
For more on Far Cry 6, make sure to check out this piece detailing eight of the craziest weapons that you can wield in the game.
Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.