While players might still be making their way through Far Cry 5's main story, Ubisoft shipped the game with something called Far Cry Arcade, a level editor that gives players access to all the assets in Far Cry 5, and then some, to build their custom maps and game modes. And yes, someone already started recreating PUBG main island map in Far Cry 5.
Far Cry Arcade lets players create their own Far Cry 5 levels using assets from the game, but also from other Ubisoft titles like Watch Dogs 2 and Assassin's Creed Origins. They can then release their maps complete with game modes like death match, or even single-player quests.
Naturally this being 2018, a PUBG clone map is already in the works, though at the moment it's pretty bare-bones. You can make out the general similarities of the map, but it's still fairly barren. Though as you can see in the video below the level's early build hasn't stopped players from blasting each other on it.
Other maps include recreations of levels from Resident Evil 7, Call of Duty, Battlefield 3, and even the Upside Down from Netflix's Stranger Things. Check out some of the levels below and try them out yourself in Far Cry Arcade.
Far Cry 5 is Ubisoft's latest, open-world FPS that follows the unnamed player as they try and liberate Hope County, Montana from the grips of a religious cult. While the tonal inconsistencies leave something to be desired, our Far Cry 5 review praised its general gameplay as worth the price of admission alone. Although we did point out how Far Cry 5's greatest weakness is the failure to reconcile its two wildly differing tones.
For more, check out our complete Far Cry 5 guide for all the latest tips and tricks.