There are a total of 25 missions combined. Some are long while others are short. Missions take skill and a lot of sneaking must be done.
|Unlockable||How to Unlock|
|Ford GT-40||In garage of last house on road to the side of the middle bridge. (The short dead end road)|
|Fork Lift||In Nice, near Rade De Villegranche-Sur-Mer there is a mitten-shaped area and a finger-shaped area. Find the road at the finger that is not on the map, continue until you are on a dirt road that leads to a garage.|
|Hot Rod||Go to the firestation at the airport in Nice located past the runway on the side closest to the roads. In a garage is the car.|
|Racer GT (Istanbul)||Go to the industrial docks and it will be in a red crate.|
|Roadster (Istanbul)||Go to the impound lot, it will be in a garage.|
|Speedster (Istanbul)||Go to the train yard in the southern section of the city. It will be in a building behind a crate.|
|Velocity Turbo (Miami)||Go to Tico's construction yard. Southeast of that will be a building and on the southern half will be an alley. Down the alley will be the car.|
|VW Van||Go to the spot on the map where there are two roads in a circle. There is a small hill with small streets going up. Drive to the top of the hill and go down the ramp. Open the grey/black garage door to the right of the ramp.|
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Also, be sure to check out Driver 2 Advance.
Driver 3 (stylized as DRIV3R) is a 2004 action-adventure game, the third installment in the Driver series. It was developed by Reflections Interactive, published by Atari, and released on PlayStation 2, Xbox and mobile phones in June 2004, Microsoft Windows in March 2005, and Game Boy Advance in October 2005. The game’s story focuses on players assuming the role of John Tanner, an undercover FBI agent, as he investigates a car-smuggling ring across three countries, in order to identify and arrest its boss and learn who they are planning to sell a cache of stolen cars to.
The game expanded upon its predecessors with on-foot sections, gun combat, and drive-by shooting, with virtual recreations of three major cities – Miami, Nice, and Istanbul – free-roam game mode, and an improvement to the series’ film-making “director mode”. Driver 3 focuses on a mixture of open-world gameplay conducted through a third-person perspective, with it possible to change to different camera angles at any time.
The game consists of primarily single-player modes of gameplay – “Undercover”, the game’s story mode; “Take A Ride”, the game’s free-roam mode, which allows players to explore one of the three cities at their own pace; and “Driving Games”, a challenge mode consisting of three types of car-based games for players to try out, such as pursuing a fleeing criminal. As with previous installments, gameplay mostly focuses on driving around one of three settings, consisting of partial but faithful recreations of real-life cities, using a variety of vehicles based on real-life models, ranging from sedans and sportcars, to vans, trucks.
Vehicles can be damaged over time, though players may freely leave their vehicle and switch to another within the current game world setting they are in at any time; the exception is vehicles that are mission critical to the game’s story mode, as losing these constitutes automatic failure. A notoriety system keeps track of the player’s actions – any unlawful action will raise this bar, with police pursuing the player if spotted by any, and the response to stopping them changing depending on the level of notoriety they have.
Europe: 14 October 2005
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