A trailer for the Far Cry 5 season pass and Far Cry Arcade offer a glimpse into what players can expect in the months to come after the game releases. This gives Ubisoft a way to monetize Far Cry 5 past normal sales.
Continuing the trend started by the wonderfully insane Blood Dragon, Ubisoft has released a new trailer that shows off everything that is included in the Far Cry 5 Season Pass. This mode is no big news since its a feature going back to Farcry 2, nothing was ever this huge though. Ubisoft notes that its Season Pass will grant players access to three major expansions: Hours of Darkness, Lost on Mars, and Dead Living Zombies.
Called "Far Cry Arcade", the souped-up editor will include assets from previous Far Cry games, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin's Creed Unity, and Watch Dogs, which can all be used to make solo, co-op and PvP maps. Walk up to an arcade machine in a bar, for example, and you can hop right into Far Cry Arcade and check out user-created levels. Armed with the map editor, players can create their own playground of chaos for others to enjoy-all of which is instantly accessible any time during the main game. And any rewards you earn in Arcade, including money, items, weapons, and vehicles, will carry over to your campaign. In a blog post detailing the new map editor, Ubisoft claims there are around "7,000 objects" for players to build with.
"Far Cry 5" has come back to the US, as Ubisoft introduces a deep-seated cult in Hope County, Montana for the latest installment in the action RPG series.
As part of the free Far Cry 5 post launch content, Ubisoft has unveiled the Far Cry 5 Arcade. The feature will introduce three video bloggers, or vloggers, as curiosity leads them to take a first-hand look at the cult that's allegedly been behind the recent disappearances in Hope County. You can purchase them all via the game's Season Pass.