Far Cry‘s crossover Danny Trejo missions are now available to play, more than a month after they were accidentally released early.
The free DLC contains two missions, both starring Trejo as himself, rather than a character.
In the first mission, titled Danny & Danny vs Everybody, players team up with the Machete star to fight Antón Castillo’s forces, who are trying to stop Trejo making tacos to feed the hungry.
When this mission is completed a new Special Operation (the game’s sixth and final one) is unlocked, in which Trejo helps students protesting Castillo’s military.
The first mission was accidentally released in early November, with players able to access what the publisher called a “work-in-progress” version of the DLC.
Ubisoft promptly pulled the content, apologising for its early release and stressing that it wasn’t ready to play yet.
“The Dani & Danny vs Everybody mission is a work-in-progress and was accidentally released early,” Ubisoft said at the time. “We’re working to remove it and look forward to when players can check out the final version.
“We apologise for any confusion caused and will follow up shortly with more information.”
Some of the game’s harsher reviews, including VGC’s 2/5-star verdict, criticise the title for sticking too closely to a tried and tested formula.
Ubisoft claimed last week that Far Cry 6’s early sales were in line with those of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, a game released in a similar timeframe, and that playtime per user was up 25% compared to Far Cry 5.
The next Far Cry game could shake-up the series with a greater focus on online play, it has been claimed.