Ubisoft have unveiled the Arcade Mode for Far Cry 5, a replacement for their Map Editor in previous games, and it’s better than anyone could have expected.
Arcade Mode is not just a map editor, though it’s built around the same principals. The idea is that players can make new game modes, campaigns and maps, in single and multiplayer, using not only Far Cry 5 assets but shared assets from past Ubisoft games like Assassin’s Creed, the previous Far Cry games and Watch_Dogs as well.
The company have said they will be adding their own additional content for the Arcade Mode, alongside a new web-based system to highlight the very best user content and provide a way to store and play all the maps you love far easier than having to search for them each time.
This is in addition to the Far Cry 3 Classic Edition being given away on console with the Season Pass and some interesting alternative content that comes with the pass, as well.
Far Cry 5 is shaping up to be a great addition to the series when it launches on March 27th