I appreciate a lot of people who read my articles have never played FUEL, so let me open with 'what is a Vista Point'? Essentially a Vista Point is a marker in the game-world that allows you to spawn your vehicle in that position. However you must first drive to that location from either the camp or the nearest helipad before you can use it. There are often different types as well. While most are purely highlighting interesting landmarks, there are also others which are intended to be a challenge to obtain; typically high up on some mountain top somewhere.
In the second release of FUEL: REFUELED LITE (coming soon) I have introduced 19 new Vista Points to collect, each have had their names translated and made to work with all localizations of the game. You can also use these points via the Development Tools provided as start locations for creating solo activities such as Free Ride Extreme (something I created that is essentially standard free roam but you can set your own time and weather - usually with exciting combinations such as allowing you to chase a tornado for example). Below is a collection of screenshots taken of each of the 19 Vista Points...
Half the fun is finding and collecting these points so I wont give out the specifics on where to find them. However some of these should be easy enough to find as they feature some pretty distinguishable landmarks. Anyway I'll write more on FUEL: REFUELED LITE as more progress is made. In the mean time if you want to know more then I have a change-log that I update here. A download link to the first release of FUEL: REFUELED LITE can be found below.
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