Far Cry 6 Avispa Buzzer (resolver)

The Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) is one of the coolest vehicles that you can acquire in Far Cry 6. That’s because it’s a hovercraft and helicopter hybrid. You can use it to sail the seas or fly high up in the air. Here’s our Far Cry 6 guide to help you get the Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) vehicle.

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Far Cry 6 guide: How to get the Avispa Buzzer (Resolver)

The Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) in Far Cry 6 can be found in a hidden cave close to the La Raja Bar. It’s in the Caverna River zone (Lozania – Madrugada). The location is marked on the map below:

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If you’re using the Wingsuit to reach this area, you’ll see La Raja Bar in the distance. If you follow the river just behind the establishment, you’ll find the cave. Swim a few meters and you’ll see a forgotten guerrilla base. The Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) is parked here, and there’s even a Libertad crate at the top (you’ll need to use your grapple to reach it).

Although you can go to this location whenever you feel like it, you’ll automatically visit La Roja Bar as part of an operation/main mission called Bury the Hatchet. In it, you’ll track down the soldiers to acquire the Montero family’s machete.

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So, what exactly makes the Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) a great vehicle to have in Far Cry 6? Well, as mentioned earlier, you can use it to fly across Yara. It’s got a machine gun if you want to get rid of pesky troops.

However, what makes it stand out is that it doubles as a vehicle that skims the top of the waves. Let’s face it, many anti-aircraft installations in Yara will shoot down your planes and helicopters. But, because the Avispa Buzzer (Resolver) can stay low, almost touching the ground/water, you won’t get fired upon. The controls are also smooth, so you wouldn’t feel hampered when trying to quickly maneuver it around.

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Far Cry 6 is available via Ubisoft’s store and the Epic Games Store.

Jason Rodriguez
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