Dude's Entire YouTube Channel Is Just Far Cry 4 Wingsuit Stunts

Dude's Entire YouTube Channel Is Just Far Cry 4 Wingsuit Stunts

I wouldn't be surprised to see this guy post a video of himself soaring through the eye of a needle next.

I used to dream of flying, you know.

But now here's Danny Rusk, who flies like he was born in Far Cry 4's wingsuit rather than the lame, earthbound birthday suits the rest of us are stuck with. He pulls off the kinds of stunts that will make your entire body seize up with stress until, miraculously, he's hurtled through a bridge or the world's narrowest rock formation or the jagged outcroppings of the human soul. It's so ridiculous that it's very nearly stupid. I don't believe I can fly anymore. Maybe I never actually could. This person has stolen my dream by being infinity times more skilled than I'll ever be.

I mean, watch this bullshit:

And this fucking nonsense:

And this amazing absurdity, which made me go "ahhh no, please don't" even on my second viewing:

And this truly outrageous bullshit, which is the suavest entrance and exit ever conceived:

And now he's just showing off (which is, you know, the same thing he's been doing the entire time):

There's even more over on his YouTube channel, because that is literally all it is (except this one time where he blows up a pig, because it's healthy to have hobbies).

To conclude, you'll probably never soar like Danny — deftly skilled sky badass that he is — and neither will I. I guess I just wasn't meant to fly, despite all those dreams involving that five-eyed mockingbird with walrus tusks and a voice that whispered beautiful, dangerous things into my heart. So basically, fuck this guy, is what I'm saying.


Comments

    When did swearing become a form of reporting news/information. Too far. Seriously, who lets this article be posted like this? F$&@ you.

      Completely agree. It degrades the article and the whole website. Given the maturity of gamers nowadays, the editors need a wake up call on who their audience really is.

      It seems a little different but this doesn't seem to a full serious article, I don't the odd swearing in it, we all swear if we like it or not.

    This "news" is a fluff piece on some guy doing some rad shit in a video game.
    I don't think the more casual language is entirely inappropriate.

    Don't be a baby.

      How is he being a baby? To my small amount of knowledge journos are meant to be professional, un-needed swearing doesn't seem professional to me. Not that i'm overly offended by it

        This isn't exactly WSJ here guys. A bit of salty language seems appropriate for the target industry.

    Reading this article with its forced swearing was like watching a weird uncle try to be cool in front of young people. Awkward.

    Wowsers. I just shared this article with my 8yr old son, who is FC4 mad and would waste arvos in FC3 with the wingsuit. This article is written in much the same way i would relay it to him or my mates verbally. And I'm an old fart.

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