Far Cry New Dawn is now making a romp across PCs and consoles everywhere, giving people a taste of a more vivid, ridiculously colourful post-apocalypse. Fans of Far Cry 5, however, might notice that there's something missing here.
Far Cry Arcade, for example, is a missing feature that some might be particularly unhappy about, seeing as how Ubisoft kinda-sorta implied that the Arcade would only grow, starting from Far Cry 5 and onward. In New Dawn, it is suspiciously absent. So what's up with that?
Is there no Arcade Mode in Far Cry New Dawn?
As some might recall, Far Cry Arcade was introduced with the release of Far Cry 5, and it offered a fully-fledged in-game level editor with which players could create new levels, challenges, mods, and whatever else that they might come up with. The game's DLC was compatible with Arcade, too, and most of us expected for this feature to keep growing with future Far Cry releases.
This is not the case, however, seeing as how there's no Far Cry New Dawn Arcade to toy around with. In fact, New Dawn has no level editor at all - in-game or otherwise - which is an odd omission, since the game is running on the same engine as its predecessor did. Perhaps Ubisoft intends to release this feature further on, but there's no telling whether that's right or not. We'll see.
While you're here, perhaps you'd like to know how to unlock fast travel in New Dawn, or maybe even get yourself a huge mutated boar to plough through enemy fortifications? Learning about the game's microtransactions might not be a bad idea, either.