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Fred Baggs was making a level in Far Cry 5's map editor, putting the finishing touches on a project that he says took him dozens of hours. Then one morning something weird happened. The handful of silo doors peppered throughout the level had gone missing, leaving empty holes in their place. His map couldn't function without them.

He had no idea what had happened. One day his game design masterpiece was just a few tweaks away from completion, the next his artistic vision had been crippled.


Far Cry 5's Arcade Mode brings the series' level editor back into the mix and now lets you create custom single player, co-op and multiplayer maps. It has potential for people to build cool stuff, but is a bit rough in these early days right after the game's release.