Helicopter free fall: challenge

I wrote about the joy of pulling off this fulfilling stunt in my article Helicopter free fall: catching a plane with a golden eye. In this article I am presenting you all with the conditions to attempt the Helicopter free fall challenge  for yourselves, as I completed it. It’s great entertainment for pass-and-play Just Cause sessions with your friends!

Let me know if you tried it out in the comments below or write in to playprofessor@gmail.com.  Did you modify the rules to better suit how you and your friends play, if so, how?

Play Professor’s Helicopter free fall challenge

Conditions

  • Vehicle – helicopter (or airplane if you are feeling bold)
  • Starting location – Anywhere with a scenic view, preferably a costal area since that way the terrain is low and getting to a high altitude position is easy.
  • Objective – Once achieving a high enough altitude the challenge is threefold:
    • Jump out of the helicopter
    • As it free falls back to earth you must grapple the helicopter and re-enter it
    • Regain control

(Video footage of my Play Professor’s Helicopter Free fall: challenge)

 

Bonus challenge!

Play Professor’s Airplane free fall challenge 

Conditions

  • Vehicle – airplane (not for the faint of heart)
  • Starting location – Anywhere with a scenic view, preferably a costal area since that way the terrain is low and getting to a high altitude position is easy.
  • Objective – Once achieving a high enough altitude the challenge is threefold:
    • Jump out of the plane
    • As it free falls back to earth you must grapple the airplane and re-enter it
    • Regain control

 

 

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