Ubisoft and Techland have released the User Created Content Package for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood. The download, for PC only, includes the ChromED editing tool which allows users to to create and modify fully-functional single player and multiplayer maps.The Simple Mode offers users a step-by-step wizard and a simplified interface to guide them through the basics of map editing, while the Advanced mode includes all of the tools and features used by the developers.Developer Techland has also included an exporter for the industry standard 3D Studio Max, which allows users to import their own models into the game, as well as custom textures, animations, effects, music and sounds.Download the User Created Content Package here.The feature list:A streamlined and user friendly interface in Simple Mode and the full might of professional game development tools in Advanced ModeSupports single-player maps and all 5 multiplayer modes of CoJ: BiBThree predefined environmental tilesets: Arizona, Mexico and California, each with three prearranged terrain maps (including blank)Built-in asset manager for quick and easy selection and placingBrushes: a hassle-free method of placing combinations of foliage, tiny objects and textures on the map, with predefined palettes and the ability to design custom setsEasy to use selection linker which instantly combines highlighted pieces into working questsOne-click Publish Map functionality integrated with the community siteA powerful validation tool for troubleshootingOne-click export into the game for instant playtestingAll the content of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood as an asset repository plus support for user-created graphics and audioEnclosed 3D Studio Max exporter for easy import of custom models We were impressed by Bound in Blood, especially its multiplayer component. Check out our single player and multiplayer reviews.

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