There is a tendency to say that current games are more realistic than in the past, but this is not always the case, especially when talking about big-name sagas. For example, the level of detail in Far Cry 2 he pisses in subsequent deliveries and with Grand Theft Auto IV
Today we are going to see another example of the most surprising traveling to 2002 to remember a brutal detail of Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell with water. Specifically, how it behaves in a fish tank when shot. The reaction is incredible.
And we say “incredible” because no other game (that we remember) has done something similar, since it is very common for shooting at a glass to break everything. Not here. Here there is only the hole of the gun, letting the water pass through there until the water in the tank is emptied at the same height
Then, yes, after another shot the fish tank is completely destroyed and the rest of the water overflows definitively, unfortunately for the fish. In current games only Half-Life: Alyx has cared so much for this kind of detail.
And it is already time for the return of Sam Fisher in this generation, do not? That since Splinter Cell Blacklist, launched in 2013, we have not a new delivery, be careful.