Far Cry 5 GoldenEye 007 Remake
One gamer with an affinity for Far Cry 5 and GoldenEye 007 spent over 1,400-hours recreating the Nintendo 64 classic using the former’s Arcade map editor. Unfortunately, Ubisoft immediately removed the maps immediately after they went live for fans to play a few months back. Fortunately, many were able to complete all of the maps, or at least walk through them before they were gone for good. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Aside from spending 2.5-hours recreating these maps, Far Cry 5’s level editor was chosen for the task due to its ease of use, while still offering a large variety of levels and styles. Plus, you also have the ability to include assets from other Ubisoft titles such as Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs. What this ended up being was 18 levels of awesomeness, minus the two bonus Aztec and Egypt areas.

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I’m really sad…not because of myself or the work I put in the last three years, [but] because of the players who wanna play it or bought Far Cry just to play my levels,” said Krollywood on Ubisoft removing the GoldenEye 007 maps.

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