What is there to do after the game?

#1Sniper4hire8209Posted 12/15/2012 12:55:35 PM
Deciding between this and AC3 and want to have things to do after I beat the main story, how is it with this game?
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#2Burn-the-lightPosted 12/15/2012 1:07:18 PM
You can go and hunt tigers with land-mines.

If that hasn't sold you then I don't know what will.
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#3Star_NutsPosted 12/15/2012 1:18:16 PM
Once you beat the game, the only thing left is searching for relics and lost letters. So pretty much just collecting.
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#4PsillycybinPosted 12/15/2012 1:39:20 PM
There is a bunch to do after the main story missions.

collecting relics and notes (boring)
side missions, doing odd jobs for locals
clearing out all the enemy compounds
hunting missions (hunting specific animals with specific weapons)
assassination missions
activating all the radio towers
sharpshooting missions
delivery missions
races
playing poker (lame)
trials of the rakyat missions (need to kill as many people as possible in the time given with specific weapons)

Think that's most of it.
#5shaboo_dePosted 12/15/2012 1:49:23 PM
Psillycybin posted...
There is a bunch to do after the main story missions.

collecting relics and notes (boring)
side missions, doing odd jobs for locals
clearing out all the enemy compounds
hunting missions (hunting specific animals with specific weapons)
assassination missions
activating all the radio towers
sharpshooting missions
delivery missions
races
playing poker (lame)
trials of the rakyat missions (need to kill as many people as possible in the time given with specific weapons)

Think that's most of it.


All of these things can already be done during the main story missions, which is what I actually did.

If you've done all the things that can be done during, i.e. inbetween, the main story missions, the only things left do after the game are completely boring knife throwing/shooting/racing events, poker, and the stupid trials of rakyat - plus a few locations where pirates and soldiers indefinitely respawn. This won't hold your interest for too long ...
#6ZeeDoggePosted 12/15/2012 2:01:15 PM
You can shoot the Rakyat and they turn into enemies. Almost everybody carries guns
#7TheRedDashPosted 12/15/2012 3:02:35 PM
Try this

http://m.ign.com/wikis/far-cry-3/Signature_Weapons
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#8shaboo_dePosted 12/15/2012 3:07:49 PM
TheRedDash posted...
Try this

http://m.ign.com/wikis/far-cry-3/Signature_Weapons


And you think it is a good idea to unlock these weapons AFTER the game?
#9PsillycybinPosted 12/15/2012 6:51:48 PM
shaboo_de posted...
Psillycybin posted...
There is a bunch to do after the main story missions.

collecting relics and notes (boring)
side missions, doing odd jobs for locals
clearing out all the enemy compounds
hunting missions (hunting specific animals with specific weapons)
assassination missions
activating all the radio towers
sharpshooting missions
delivery missions
races
playing poker (lame)
trials of the rakyat missions (need to kill as many people as possible in the time given with specific weapons)

Think that's most of it.


All of these things can already be done during the main story missions, which is what I actually did.

If you've done all the things that can be done during, i.e. inbetween, the main story missions, the only things left do after the game are completely boring knife throwing/shooting/racing events, poker, and the stupid trials of rakyat - plus a few locations where pirates and soldiers indefinitely respawn. This won't hold your interest for too long ...


Well no crap, he said after the main story. Of course if you do all the stuff there is to do in the game during the main story then there is nothing left to do after you beat the main story.