Ever got an insatiable urge to wear a watch whilst playing Far Cry 6, where all the action and shooting makes you lose the sense of time? Lucky for you, Ubisoft has just the solution to your problem.

Created in collaboration with Hamilton, the £1000 watch “Khaki Field” is a rugged, resilient and reliable 42mm field watch that mixes the colour scheme and stylisation of the game. The official description reads:

Surrounded by a brushed titanium case, the limited edition’s black vinyl dial features a matte centre and a split ‘6’ marker, a reference to the game logo’s typography. A revolutionary red seconds hand is a nod to the game colours, chosen as a tribute to Yara’s guerrillas. Paired with a brown leather NATO strap, each watch also comes with an additional brown nubuck leather strap and changing tool to represent the do-it-yourself, ‘Resolver’ spirit that’s critical for players to embrace.

“We know from experience that designing a prop watch for the screen doesn’t always immediately translate to a real-world product, It made the idea of someone wearing this limited-edition piece while also using it as wrist gear in-game an extremely exciting prospect and we can’t wait to see it in action.”

Vivian Stauffer, HAMILTON CEO
  • Caliber: H-10
  • Collection: Khaki Field
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Case size: 42mm
  • Dial color: Black
  • Case material : Titanium
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Power reserve: 80 hours
  • Water resistance: 10 bar (100 m) /145 psi (328 ft)
  • LIMITED EDITION: 1983 PIECES

The watch will be produced in a limited quantity and made available through Hamilton after the game launches on the 7th of October for PC, Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

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