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Craft hard at the start, and you'll be much more prepared for the challenges the game throws your way. You'll need multiples of every type of hide to craft the various types of containers and holsters, so if you see an animal, take it down, especially in the early goings.
This is one reason the bow or another silent weapon can be great—you can take down an errant goat, skin it, and go about your business without alerting every bad guy within earshot. Never stop hunting.
You can't quicksave, and only have one save slot in addition to your game's auto-save. I actually played Far Cry 2 on before I played it on PC, and got used to that game's stringent save system, but still, the fact that you can't save multiple times in Far Cry 3 is pretty annoying. Advertisement More annoying still is the fact that the game doesn't autosave after everything you've done—it autosaves after you finish a mission or download new gear, but not after you've crafted or gathered crafting materials.
However, it's possible to offset this annoyance by remembering to save. If you're about to infiltrate an outpost and happen to take down a boar you'd needed, save afterwards and if you die, you should start up again at a checkpoint, but with the stuff you've collected intact. In other words: When in doubt, save. Advertisement Don't download Guns In Far Cry 3, you have two options for obtaining weapons: You can download them outright from weapons dealers, or you can unlock them by climbing radio towers.
You have no reason to ever download a gun in the game. Rather, you should make it an early priority to climb five or six towers, at least until you've unlocked the grenade launcher and top LMG. Advertisement Money is constantly in scarce supply on the Rook Islands, and is almost always better spent on weapon upgrades than on the weapons themselves. Get the guns for free, pay for the silencers and long-range scopes. Remember that you don't have to fill up your ammo all the way, every time—it can feel better to go into a fight with a full stock of ammo, but once you've upgraded your ammo and explosive capacity, you'll have enough bullets and bombs to take on three or four of the story missions.
Most missions that require lots of fighting leave some lying around, so you're almost always better off stocking up on health injections than on armor. Advertisement Never stop scavenging and looting, and you can save your money for better things, like the custom weapons that open up as you collect runes. Space Out The Story Missions The best parts of Far Cry 3 are the parts where you're taking enemy outposts, exploring nooks and crannies, and climbing radio towers.
That said, the story missions are pretty fun, too, and wonderfully varied. The sweet spot the game hits is in the balance, but it's a balance that you can upset if you plow through the story too fast. Advertisement At various points in the narrative, the annoying, unavoidable notification telling you about the next mission will helpfully suggest you explore the island first, if you want. Take that opportunity! Get into scrapes, try out different weapons, improve your skills. Think of the story missions almost as super cool, interactive cutscenes to break up all the open-world adventuring you'll be doing.
Advertisement Circle, Circle, Circle This one's old hat for Far Cry 2 veterans, but the key for surviving Far Cry 3's often difficult shootouts is to keep moving. Staying put and behind cover as you would in Call of Duty or a similar game will lead to a quick death, particularly if you're up against any molotov berserkers.
Instead, stay low, and circle, circle, circle. Pulling back and around can allow you to flank even the most aggressive enemy, and with enough circling and quick thinking, you can take on almost anyone. This is not opinion, it's just the best weapon. The closer these lines are together.
Avoid being silhouetted against the Sitting crouched amongst boulders. Wait half an hour and Displaced material offers clues. Place a stone on the end 1. Move slowly. Draw a straight 2. Watch where you put your feet. E W forest. So cross ridge lines crawling not stood up. Camouflage breaks up the human shape. Tie a length of thread to the stick and draw an arc in the ground that passes through the spot where the stone is. Up till now the shadow will have been line between the two points of it creating noise.
Broken branches. The first one is the simplest. Startled animals must have been startled by something. Strap it down to minimise the risk The second one takes a lot longer but is way more accurate. Mark the end of the shadow with a stone again. Set up the stick as before. Your smell can give you away. Watch where you put your hands. Straight up against a tree. Cover shiny metal to darken it. Fast movement attracts attention. Look for the point when the new shadow northern hemisphere.
They leave marks. Now you wait all day till later in the evening before the sun goes down. Bang a long stick Draw a straight line Tracking W E it later.
When you need to cross obstacles the method varies according to the obstacle. Use the machete to move branches. If you have to go over the top one. Wire and chain link fences circumvented if possible or go under them if you must. Deep ditches should be entered feet first. Circle trees a few times to create a confusing scent and track pattern. Walk backwards. Your outline against the sky is a surefire way to get spotted.
Though it can still be picked up where you exit the river. Try to swim underwater. A croc can hold its breath for up to 2 hours but they usually only stay submerged for 15 minutes.
Toothpaste is really easy to smell in the wild. Naturally occurring local smells will cover yours. Or Prey. Cut at an upward angle as it minimises noise. Avoid silhouetting. Rail fences should be penetrated by passing through the lower rails. Clean your teeth with baking soda instead. To a trained tracker.
Try crossing on a bend between bushes and in shadow where possible. Pick a narrow crossing point with clear views up and down the river. Use rivers and waterways to leave no trail. Man-made obstacles such as road and rail tracks should be observed first to determine any enemy activity. When you move. Look for bubbles in the water or their eyes breaking the surface.
Poke it in the eyes and nostrils. Try making 90 degree turns every so often. Every few paces Stop. Find out which bits are enemies under the tracks.
Keep to a specific speed. Dig yourself out or reverse. On really steep ascents or descents go at it straight on and in the lowest gear. On heavily rutted tracks keep one wheel on the central hump to protect the bottom of the car.
The top edge and bottom dip can ground the car. Handling is important both on and off road. First gear is. Soft sand and muddy conditions can be beaten if you deflate the tires a little. With bullets pinging off the armor plate while you crush your crossing boggy ground or water get out and walk the route. Practice a little on a road first to get used to how your vehicle moves.. I mean those bad boys will go anywhere. Cross them at an angle. Always check air intake or just plain sink.
Unless you really want to do some doughnuts. The next best thing is a good jeep.. And if you become stuck. You can wheel spin too much.
Otherwise you might roll it over. If you do go into a slide. You need to get ALL the old air out to get lots of new air Keep your head above water. As for your legs. At least the water is warm. Just before you hit. That should do it. Instead make small movements with your hands. No seriously. You might be there for a while.
Wriggle your hips. Think nice thoughts.
Your own. Good luck. When you practise do it with a buddy who knows first aid. The less you focus on time. Do a breaststroke motion with them. Then exhale fully and take good deep breaths again for around 3 minutes. You need to keep your heart rate down. Follow the bubbles back is fun. About now. Some of the best free divers in the world can hold theirs for up to 10 Hell.
Immediately roll to the side or. As tempting as it is to just shoot it. That second drop could kill you. The greater the height. If it tries to bite.
And they can sense even the pack a parachute. Protect your head. Remember the bounce. Sudden gusts can throw you off course. When you exit the plane keep your feet and knees together. Count six seconds: Land with your feet and knees together. Pay attention to the wind. Listen to the jump master. Or maybe you really really need them. Look up to check that the canopy is fully open.
Be prepared. The closer you get to the ground the faster it will appear to rush toward you. FIRE The international code for distress is three fires set in a triangle.. Or you could use old leaves and twigs in the branches of a small tree to set it alight.. You can create puffs of smoke using a wet cloth or blanket.. Make sure to prepare the fire well in advance and keep it covered and dry so you can light it as soon as you need to.. Keep plenty of leaves Briefly cover the fire and remove the blanket before it catches fire.
Then kiss your ass goodbye. Yes Use drop message No Have radio Pirates! Need medical Over there! Just before impact. It might save your life dude. Long pants. Oh and wear your seatbelt.
That way. Rest your head on your hands. Go with the current. Try not to land on anything sharp. This can create a temporary floatation aid. Did you know you can drown in just a couple of inches of water?
In a flood. Grab onto something that floats and ride it out. Your choice dude. When a flood hits. Unless you really. Use your arms to guide you to one side or another. I heard that over half of flood deaths happen to Hopefully you went overboard with a life vest and raft.
Just slap the water surface to create pockets of air like wet n wild but with the added chance of death. What to do now? What about driving? Swim upwind Get on the upstream side of the float to avoid to get away from the fire as quickly as you can.
Get a stick and use it to probe for stuff below the surface. If you must swim through it. If your exit is above ground level. Metal door s point fe in a sa Alway you to try to slow its progress and contain it.
Close doors behind a gun Fire moves upwards faster than it does handles are useful indicators. Use the back of your hand to test. This applies to testing for heat generally. The best way to deal with hostile people is to talk to them. You may put the fire out but the electrical shock or explosion will kill you. Run the back of your hand along a wall to feel for heat. Check out my advice on landing from height. Keep under the level of the smoke. Locate the source and. Use materials to lower you closer to the ground.
Perhaps you need to make a silent kill. Clean it as soon as possible after use. This is when a knife comes into its own. Whilst machetes make great utility tools. Slowly bring yo object. Focus ce. Or you could just close both of them and hope for the best. You can use pretty much any type of sandstone to sharpen a blade. Hold both hands ngers and th your index fi th wi le ng ia open. Especially with a high clay content. Keep the stone wet. The triangle wi eye. Hold the handle in your right hand.
When you turn the knife over. Form a tr ing both eyes t object. The heavier the pressure the rougher the edge will be. Make clockwise motions with the knife angled onto the sharpening stone. Some are designed to stab. Blood is particularly sticky. One way to improve your accuracy is to determine which is your dominant eye. Though it might attract a curious merc or pirate.
You may still get attacked. Knife fights are bloody affairs.
You know. Back slowly away. Not unless you want to lose your fingers. Check yourself for damage.
Sometimes though they just got up on the wrong side of bed. The other guy is not going to try to stab you once then stand there and wait for you to perform your fancy defence move. Remember to parry his knife arm with your free hand. Unless you like being chased by kg of angry bear.
Now you have a choice. This will usually keep most bears away. If your blood is spurting out like a fountain. Why not? Slowly place it back on the ground.
Try putting an obstacle between you and the dog. Then rock it softly like a baby for a few seconds. Or anywhere else for that matter. Show no fear! Try not to dance around. If it turns into a fight the usual rules apply. No one wants to see you chasing your chicken around the yard.
Panicked or rabid dogs will attack anyone and anything in their efforts to escape. They smell and hear better. Whilst holding it in the crook of one arm. Both are seen as signs of aggression. Gently pick the bird up. Take deep breaths and stay calm. Or you could climb a tree. Both yours and the dogs.