The Far Cry series' map editor - now rebranded as Far Cry Arcade - is making a big return in Far Cry 5, and will include elements from other Ubisoft series for the first time.

Far Cry Arcade will let you cobble together your own solo, co-op and PVP multiplayer levels using more than 9000 elements from Far Cry 5, Far Cry 4, Far Cry Primal, Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, Assassin's Creed Unity and Watch Dogs.

It looks impressive:

More elements will be added over time after Far Cry 5 launches, alongside a series of live events.

That's all separate to the season pass, which includes three DLCs set in Vietnam, on Mars, and during a zombie invasion - plus a full copy of Far Cry 3, too.

Oh, and there's the actual Far Cry 5, which Aoife and Ian played recently. You can see some of their exploits just above.

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