If you play “Far Cry 6”, you will hear a lot of world “parsers”. On Yarra Island, it basically means “do it yourself”. DIY. Yarra’s guerrilla fighters do not have the modern equipment that the army has, so they must be creative to turn motorcycle engines into Gatling guns and CD players into deadly CD launchers.
The parser principle is also extended to vehicles, including a vehicle called Avispa Buzzer. When I stumbled upon it, I didn’t know what it was—it had several fan blade engines, two cheap-looking seats, a car battery, and some that looked like repurposed air tanks. Sled-but it quickly became my favorite mode of transportation. I like it better than helicopters, boats and horses, because Avispa Buzzer is basically a combination of the three.
Buzzer can fly, but it is more agile and less bulky than a helicopter, and can easily shoot left, right and back. It has a machine gun installed, and because there is no traditional crosshair, aiming is a bit tricky, but with the agility of the buzzer, I usually dive and straf close to my target anyway. Because there are no overhead blades, it can take off and land in a small space without much clearance.
And, unlike other airplanes, you cannot crash and sink into the water (unless you are shot down). Place the buzzer on the water, it will bounce off immediately, and then hover over a few feet. Cut off the engine and it will fall into the waves and float there so you can climb back. Try it with a standard helicopter, it will sink like a rock. Advantages Avispa.
Both water and land can be swept easily, flying low enough not to be detected by anti-aircraft guns, which will make your planes and helicopters a mess. In fact, I have been using it to destroy anti-aircraft guns because I can fly directly next to them and throw explosives from my buzzer, and they have never fired missiles at me.
You can fly very low, just like riding a horse, but if you reach the edge of a cliff or deep river and throw you off the horse, the horse will stop. The buzzer will never do that. The perfect vehicle if you ask me. You can fly it high enough to shoot down the plane, or you can fly low enough to go fishing. If you play a co-op, your partner has a seat, provided they don’t mind sitting facing backwards. It even has a radio.
As for where to find it, well, I have to admit that I am not entirely sure. I found my first stop outside Hideout Montuno in Cruz del Salvador (see the map below), but I think it just stopped there because I upgraded the Montero Farm guerrilla camp to have an “enhanced hideout network” “This means that a car will be parked outside all other hiding places. Therefore, if you can’t find the Avispa buzzer in the wild, please try it. If I find any guaranteed location for Buzzer, I will update it.
Once you find one, don’t forget to fly it to a camp and land on the helipad there. This will add the buzzer to your vehicle roster and you will be able to generate it on any helipad you own.