Far Cry 3 player video shows a two-minute high-flying base jump

YouTube user "BillerKee" dons a wingsuit and takes a flying leap into the wild blue yonder in the above Far Cry 3 footage, flying past a score of animals and expansive landscape in a rather impressive base jump.

The jump begins atop one of the highest points on the Rook Islands and begins a swift descent into the yawning territory between islands."BilleKee" takes Jason Brody gliding alongside rocky cliffs, flies over tigers until prey, sails around trees and lands gracefully by the water at the end of this two-minute long jump.

Far Cry 3 was released on Dec. 4 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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