With Joker smashing box office records and quickly becoming the hottest discussion point in the movie world over the last few months, it makes sense that the supervillain origin story would eventually see some sort of video game crossover. As it turns out, one now-iconic scene from the movie has made its debut in the video game world, albeit, not in a title you’d initially expect.

A video posted by YouTuber "Mojo Swoptops" shows the channel owner creating the infamous set of steps from the film within Far Cry 5’s map editor, the finished product looking eerily similar to its real-life counterpart. The sequence the location is pulled from has become a relatively prominent piece of ideology for the film since its first trailer, with Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker dancing on the set of steps after being seen in his clown makeup and suit for the first time.

The recreation of the scene sees the YouTuber build the entire location from scratch, adding the stairs and the buildings surrounding them before adding graffiti to nearby walls and changing the skybox to accommodate the look and feel of the movie. It ends with a beautifully cinematic final shot of the stairs, which admittedly look bizarrely accurate to that of the real-life location despite being built from Far Cry 5 assets. Mojo Swoptops also took to Reddit (where they go by "duncsmaps") and told their followers the amazing recreation took them an hour to build.

This is far from the first time that Far Cry 5’s map editor has been used to recreate eerily accurate real-life locations, with the house from Home Alone, the main location for the first Jurassic Park, and the beginning of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis all receiving their own recreations. It’s clearly a varied and multifaceted map builder that allows for some amazingly detailed recreations.

While this may be one of the first pieces of Todd Phillip’s Joker movie to make its way to the world of video games, the character himself is something of a staple of modern video game culture. Mark Hamill reprised his role as the menacing villain in Rocksteady’s Arkham franchise, Telltale depicted him in their take on the superhero franchise in Batman: A Telltale Series, and he even made his way to PUBG in the form of a suicide squad skin. His next big video game appearance will be in Mortal Kombat 11, where he will make his way to the game as a guest fighter.

Far Cry 5 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.