Far Cry 6: How to get the La Guaracha in Segunda

Far Cry 6 La Guaracha Segunda

The nation of Yara is filled with countless armaments for warfare, including unique weapons. La Guaracha is one such example. Here’s our Far Cry 6 guide to help you get the unique rocket launcher La Guaracha from a Yaran Contraband chest in Segunda.

Note: For more information, check out our Far Cry 6 guides and features hub. Likewise, you can take a look at our main guide regarding all the unique weapons in the game.


Far Cry 6 Yaran Contraband guide: How to get La Guaracha rocket launcher in Segunda

Segunda is found in Cruz del Salvador, Valle de Oro. Given that Segunda is a town, it’ll act as a fast travel point. Also, as far as the storyline goes, you’ll be returning to this area many times while completing the main missions in Valle de Oro’s arc. There’s even one particular operation called “Hype Bomb” where you’ll need to vandalize Maria Marquessa’s posters all over the vicinity.

Now, as for La Guaracha, you’ll find it in the eastern section of the town. Check the outskirts to find an entrance to a music bar. The Yaran Contraband chest is on the stage. That seems fitting given that “guaracha” is a music genre that originated in Cuba, the country depicted in Far Cry 6.

Far Cry 6 La Guaracha Segunda 1

Here are the mods of the La Guaracha unique rocket launcher in Far Cry 6:

  • Gunslinger – Improves draw and holster speed.
  • Press Your Advantage – Improves weapon damage versus enemies at low health.

Unfortunately, despite being a unique rocket launcher, La Guaracha is just underwhelming. Both its mods aren’t really what you’d expect from the weapon type. I mean, why would you need Press Your Advantage when you’re blasting opponents as is? You’re better off with some of the standard weapons with ideal mods since they’ll be more useful in the long run.

Far Cry 6 La Guaracha Segunda 2

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

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