Is there a gameplay benefit from siding with either Sabal or Amita? Or does the decision I make have no impact except on the plot of the story itself?
It doesn’t really matter thus far. Later on in the game you still can decide if you want to do Sabal’s or Amita’s plan. I switched a couple times so far and either way I had a negative reaction (eg. cities being attacked and people die). It seems so far, that the main plot doesn’t change and those decisions only decide on what the prologue or epilogue mission looks like.
IAmita is more focusing on economics and Sabal on saving the culture of Kyrat.
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