Amita is the female protagonist of Far Cry 4, a first-person shooter video game from 2014 created by Ubisoft Montreal and released by Ubisoft.
Amita is one of the two key figures in the Golden Path rebellion against Pagan Min’s authority in the game. Like Sabal, she can serve as the player’s ally over the course of the game, but when they decide to stop the Golden Path gang, she turns into one of the two primary enemies near the game’s conclusion.
Amita was reared by her uncle and aunt after living with her parents till she was six years old. Both supported the Golden Path while it was governed by its cherished founder, Mohan Ghale. Under Mohan Ghale’s influence, Amita’s parents wanted her to marry when she was just six years old. As a result, Amita has never thought well of Mohan and actively dislikes his legacy.
Amita is a powerful intellect who dislikes disagreements but constantly attempts to expose her hand. She hopes to use the money she makes to fix Kyrat, however, her method of making money is primarily dependent on trafficking and selling illegal substances. Amita openly tricks Ajay into helping her because she wants to disrupt Sabal’s strict adherence to Kyrat’s customs, but she has other motives that will only become clear if the player elects her to head the Golden Path.
- If the player chooses to side with Sabal but chooses not to kill Amita, she can be found at the Sherpa Yak Enclosure on top of the mountain north of Banapur. However, she cannot be interacted with and is handled by the game as a regular civilian. Even if Ajay did kill her, she might still be located there.
- If the player supports Amita but doesn’t kill her after their final post-game encounter, Amita can be found southwest of Tirtha. Despite her vow to reject Kyrat’s customs, Amita may be seen worshipping in front of a statue of Kyra.
In November 2014, Far Cry 4 was made available globally for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Most of the reviews were favourable, with praise for the open-world concept, graphics, soundtrack, characters and for the novel gameplay features and the abundance of content.