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Far Cry 6: Get all the Los Bandidos leaders, How to recruit and know everything

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Far Cry 6: Get all the Los Bandidos leaders, How to recruit and know everything

As soon as you unlock the first real encampment in Far Cry 6, you will also have access to new features. As soon as you have the Monteiro family camp, you will be able to improve your facilities but also unlock a kind of mini-game, called Los Bandidos. These are missions to be done where you have to make several decisions. But how to do them well? How to unlock all the bosses? Nintendosmash tells you everything in this guide.

Tips and things to know

Before we explain how to get leaders and recruits, here are some tips and things to know if you’ve never done a Los Bandidos op before:

  • Each operation is ephemeral and disappears after a certain period of time in order to update the missions and rewards
  • The more levels you increase, the more you will have access to new operations and better rewards
  • The bosses do not die and can therefore be sent as many times as you want. However, they may be unavailable for a while after an operation that ended badly.
  • The duration of a mission is a real duration, that is to say, that a 4-hour operation will require 4 hours in real life. You do not have to leave the console on, you can very well replay it later to collect your rewards
  • When making the first choices, do not hesitate to opt for decisions that will increase your chances of success by +10 or + 20%, which will be a significant bonus for the future.
  • When selecting the operation, go for missions where you have bosses’ bonuses. Useful leader skills improve your chances of success and therefore your earnings, with skills like Sabotage, Investigation, etc….
  • Remember to do Los Bandidos operations as soon as possible: this earns you a few resources and pesos without too much time investment, ideal for progressing faster

Note that the operations do not really bring lore or interesting history. Unless you like little anecdotes, don’t waste your time reading everything, the situations are often (always) not very interesting.

How to get more Bandidos recruits?

Before we talk about the bosses, let’s quickly talk about the recruits. Indeed, to go into operation, you need a leader but also Bandidos. There are several ways to recruit them. One can in particular have it during the operations itself. But we do not recommend it, the gains in recruits are seldom interesting and are often compensated by the loss of other recruits.

However, the majority of actions in Yara allow you to have Bandidos recruits:

  • Liberate certain outposts or bases of the FND
  • Free hostages, in a base or while exploring
  • Degrade posters

You have understood it, you will naturally have it in your progress.

How to unlock all Bandidos leaders?

The Bandidos missions in the base camps of Madrugada, Valle de Oro, and El Este are very lucrative and provide you with a lot of resources, especially at the beginning, to build more camp facilities or upgrade weapons more quickly. For this reason, you want to unlock more leaders quickly, because every mission needs a comandante to start, no matter how many recruits you already have.

Each leader has two unique skills that, depending on the requirements, increase the chances of success in the missions. So the more leaders you have, the more appropriately you can distribute them to the missions. The missions run in real-time in the background while you do other activities. You then have to go back to the bulletin board for the missions upon completion and select various multiple-choice actions that determine the loot and success.

You will automatically receive the first comandante when the Los Bandidos missions are activated, but you have to find the remaining seven yourself. You will all receive them as final rewards for certain main and side missions. Among other things, you have to successfully complete 5 Bandidos missions in order to unlock one of the trophies and achievements of Far Cry 6 with “Guerrilla Boss”. None of the commanders can be missed.

Benito

Benito automatically unlocks at the start of the adventure. You will have it directly when you have access to the operations table. It increases the chances of construction and requires less metal.

Freddy Jr.

To get Freddy Jr., you must complete the Yaran story in Baseball Justice. This one launches in the Valley of Oro, and it is about a side quest.

Isabela

Unlocked by completing the Make Your Prayers quest, which is a side quest in the Valle de Oro (in Noventarmas). It is given by Isabela herself and will ask you to save Marisol.

Marisol

Marisol is a chef who will automatically unlock at the same time as Isabelle.

Big Grandpa

Big Papi is a chef who unlocks as a reward for the Big-up quest for Big Papi , a side quest given by Juan Cortez. You have to find it, protect it and that’s about it.

Sergio

You must complete the give-and-take side quest, given by Gilberto Rosario in Conuco, in the El Este region. This will ask you to go to Fernando Station, vandalize signs, defend a location, and complete the quest.

Zenia

Zenia is the last boss to obtain and can be unlocked as a reward for the Quest A Trip to Town. This mission can be obtained in Esperanza, in the district of West Lado. It is Zenia who gives this quest. You must have completed a series of missions to get this one.

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