Animal rights group PETA would like to see Ubisoft take a cockfighting minigame from the recently released Far Cry 6.

The organization criticizes the minigame, in which players can optionally participate in a cockfight. The whole thing is presented as a fighting game.

“Incorporating a horrific blood sport like cockfighting into a Mortal Kombat-esque gameplay segment cannot be seen as innovative, as today’s society strongly disapproves of forced fights between animals to the death,” the organization said in a statement.

PETA has been making a lot of noise when it comes to how animal behavior is portrayed in games. For example, hunting animals in Far Cry games has also been touched upon before. Last year, PETA criticized Animal Crossing: New Horizons for allowing players to catch insects and fish and then display them in a museum.