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Yup... that's one of the reasons I don't like MMO's... cheaters and campers. I tend to take some time to adjust to the game environment, controls and features and I sure like to stop and watch the horizon on an open world game (and an ocasional sunset too ) so I'm a sitting duck to those pricks. Beasides i am alys under the impression I will be playing against a mod of 13 y.o. brats who are just rushing through the game and shooting everything that moves... no fun in that for me.What I like the most about the little I saw of this game is that this seems to be a true survival game. No scripted missions, no levels, no boss fights, nothing... just an post-apocalyptic world where you have to stay alive. This sounds revolutionary in the gaming world The Chernarus map I know from ArmAII is amazingly beautyful and open. No barriers, no invisible walls no inaccessible areas... nothing to stop you from exploring. It was kind of an empty world though but the developers are known to make simulations very realistic and fully populated worlds like in Assassin's Creed or Far Cry games are not what you can expect from them.