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Surprise! The Hamilton Watch from Far Cry 6 Will Get a Real World Release

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Well, well, well! Turns out the Hamilton featured in Far Cry 6 will be getting a real world release. Behold: the Hamilton x Far Cry 6: Limited Edition Khaki Field Titanium.

Limited to 1983 pieces, this will become available for pre-order on Oct. 7 (which is also the game’s release date) with a suggested retail price of $1195, a tiny premium over the non-Far Cry edition of the watch.

Says Hamilton:

Deeply rooted in the history of Yara, the fictional Caribbean island of Far Cry 6, our Khaki Field Titanium Automatic keeps on ticking through decades of instability, even during an assassination attempt on its former owner and ruler of the island Santos Espinosa in 1983. In honor of this story of survival, only 1983 pieces of the special edition watch worn in-game will be available for purchase IRL.

Image Credit: Hamilton

Compared to the standard Khaki Field Titanium Automatic, the Far Cry 6 edition has old radium Super-LumiNova numerals (fitting given the game’s tropical setting), a split 6 o’clock numeral (matching the split 6 of the game’s logo), and a bright red seconds hand—a tribute, Hamilton says, to the guerilla forces featured in the game.

The watch can be found in-game after completing a certain mission, and appears to improve your defense.

In other Hamilton gaming tie-ins, unless I’m mistaken, the company’s black dial Khaki Field Mechanical was featured in the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, as I pointed out on Twitter a few months ago:

We’re all big fans of Hamilton ‘round these parts (I personally own a white dial Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical), and have played just about every Far Cry released thus far, so this is a fun “collab” that ticks all the right boxes for us. 

The watch’s specs, per Hamilton:

Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Automatic

Limited Edition           Limited edition of 1983 pieces

Case                          42mm titanium case with open case back

Thickness                   11.45mm

Lug width                   20mm

Dial                            Black dial with vinyl effect finishing on the hour ring, old radium Super-LumiNova® numerals with a split ‘6’ marker

Hands                        Black hour and minute hands with old radium Super-LumiNova®, red lacquered second hand

Movement                 H-10 automatic movement with 80-hour power reserve and skeletonized rotor, Nivachron™ balance spring

Bracelet                     Brown calf leather NATO strap with stainless steel pin buckle

                                   Additional brown nubuck strap with stainless steel pin buckle

Glass                         Sapphire crystal

Water resistance        10 bar (100 m)

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