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Large bodies of water are safe zones in open world games. We never have to worry about what is under the
surface. Water can be used as a means of escaping police, ditching cars, and casually exploring.
And then Ubisoft decided to populate Far Cry 3's beautiful blue seas with bloodthirsty sharks and crocodiles. Far Cry 3 shows us just how terrifying swimming can
be with large predators lying in wait.
In Rockstar Games' newest batch of Grand Theft Auto V screenshots – a
holiday gift to its community – San Andreas swimmers may have to be
wary of shark attacks. And we're not talking about little makos here.
That's a great white in the screenshot above. If this image tells a story, Rockstar may be striving for realism with the shark AI. In the real world, a shark is more likely to avoid a human than attack him. Maybe shark attacks will be somewhat rare?
Another screen shows a submarine, which I assume is Grand Theft Auto V's safest way to view the sea's majestic killers up close.
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[via Rockstar Games]
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ОТКРЫТЫЕ РАНЫ БУДУТ ИЛИ ОТКРЫТЫЕ ПЕРЕЛОМЫ БУДУТ,ИЛИ СТРАШНЫЕ ССАДИНЫ ОТ АВАРИЙ В МАШИНЕ ИЛИ ПОСЛЕ МОТОЦИКЛА, ТО ЭТО СУПЕР В ИГРЕ БУДЕТ?
I have been a GTA fan from the very beginning :) So obviously I am over-exited and anxious for this one to be released. I have played just about every GTA game known to gamers, and I must say that my all-time favorite one was GTA: San Andreas. I certainly hope that this one can top my expectations from Rockstar!