All of those three expansions are included in Far Cry 5's Season Pass, which can be purchased with the main game or separately.
Dubbed Far Cry Arcade, the mode will be filled with missions created by the community, as well as some created by Ubisoft. And while the editors in Far Cry 3 and Far Cry 4 each improved on the original idea, Far Cry 5's map editor, now dubbed "Far Cry Arcade" is aiming to make it the best iteration yet. The editor features the most objects to date for the Far Cry franchise (over 9,000 objects), as well. Will you be playing this side of Far Cry 5? You can make them using the assets from the game, but assets from Assassin's Creed and Watch Dogs will also be available to steal.
During our preview test drive we saw a few different maps - one for a 6v6 Team Deathmatch mode set on a beach covered with buildings and debris imported from past Far Cry locales. I'm not too proud to admit that I played through the first few minutes of it with my volume turned down.
Time savers have also been confirmed.
The new trailer also showcases Far Cry Arcade and Far Cry Events, both of which will be available free of charge to all Far Cry 5 owners.
There's going to be a game-to-web platform dedicated to Arcade and it will make it easy to follow your favorite map builders and check out the unique creations that are out in the wild.
If you're like me and you can't wait to get your hands on Far Cry 5 then you'll get excited by even the smallest amount of information or news about the game, but this one nearly certainly takes the cake.