Far Cry 6 is full of secrets, and one of the first concerns the mysterious Chorizo Key. You’ll get the mysterious key once you recruit the little sausage dog as one of your amigos in Madrugada. Complete their two quests – Who’s a Good Boy and Fetch Quest – and the Mysterious Key is one of your rewards. But where do you use it and what do you get? If you go to your inventory menu and scroll down to ‘logistics’ you will see the mysterious key. Its description mentions something called Guau-Guau, which is an island in the middle of Isla Santuario. You may have already encountered him before grabbing the Mysterious Key if you did some exploration during the early tutorial missions, such as Juan of a Kind or Du or Die. Either way, Guau-Guau is in Casas Cove, east of Armonia. Unless you have a helicopter or plane, or have a parachute drop in Armonia, you will need to swim to the island. There is no boat around, so beware of sharks as you make your way to the small island with the mysterious key. Once on land, head towards the south-eastern part of Guau-Guau. There you will find a blue lean-to and fishermen. At the edge of the water facing the lean-to, just under a palm tree, you will see a chest. Inside is some Yaran contraband. Use the Mysterious Key to open the chest and get the Unique 2 Star Rifle, F%! $ Anton. Considering the Rifle, despite its name, is one of the mediocre 2 Star Unique Rifles in the game, you might as well grab this one at the start of Far Cry 6. It comes with poison cartridges, a break from muzzle correct, and Trigger Discipline and Nimble Shooter mods, which improve target weapon damage and movement speed while aiming. As the weapon description says, this unique rifle is versatile, but you will soon find better options even within the same weapon class. Related Articles: And That’s All You Need To Know About Where To Use Chorizo’s Mysterious Key in Far Cry 6. Grab it early as it is quickly outclassed by other Resolve Weapons and Unique Weapons. To learn more about Ubisoft’s latest open world shooter, be sure to look at the links above or visit our dedicated tips and tricks hub.