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[[File:NightVision-GTASA-icon.png|thumb|left|HUD icon.]][[Image:Night vision goggles (GTASA) (in use).jpg|thumb|301px|Night-vision goggles in use in GTA San Andreas.]]
 
[[File:NightVision-GTASA-icon.png|thumb|left|HUD icon.]][[Image:Night vision goggles (GTASA) (in use).jpg|thumb|301px|Night-vision goggles in use in GTA San Andreas.]]
  
Not to be confused with the [[Thermal Vision|thermal vision goggles]] (though they share an identical icon), the '''night-vision goggles''' amplifies extremely dim, available light and present it in a green-ish display so the player can see more clearly in dark areas. After equipping the goggles, it is possible switch to another weapon while retaining the thermal vision goggles' effects and even drive vehicles. They will only become available once the player has finished [[Breaking the Bank at Caligula's]].
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Not to be confused with the [[Thermal Vision|thermal vision goggles]] (though they share an identical icon), the '''night-vision goggles''' amplifies extremely dim, available light and present it in a green-ish display so the player can see more clearly in dark areas. After equipping the goggles, it is possible switch to another weapon while retaining the thermal vision goggles' effects and even drive vehicles. They will only become available once the player has passed [[Breaking the Bank at Caligula's]].
  
 
The night-vision goggles look similar to the the ones worn by Sam Fisher in ''Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell'', a stealth/shooting game, and adopts the exact model as the thermal vision goggles.
 
The night-vision goggles look similar to the the ones worn by Sam Fisher in ''Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell'', a stealth/shooting game, and adopts the exact model as the thermal vision goggles.
  
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
*[[East Los Santos]], [[Los Santos]] - Inside [[Big Smoke|Big Smoke's]] Crack Den, in the warehouse area
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*[[East Los Santos]], [[Los Santos]] - Inside [[Big Smoke|Big Smoke's]] Crack Den, in the warehouse area.
*[[Mulholland]], Los Santos - Inside [[Madd Dogg|Madd Dogg's]] [[Madd Dogg's Crib|Crib]], towards the kitchen behind the stairs that lead to the bedrooms
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*[[Mulholland]], Los Santos - Inside [[Madd Dogg|Madd Dogg's]] [[Madd Dogg's Crib|Crib]], towards the kitchen behind the stairs that lead to the bedrooms.
*[[Foster Valley]], [[San Fierro]] - Along one of the brick alleyways
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*[[Foster Valley]], [[San Fierro]] - Along one of the brick alleyways.
*[[Area 69|Restricted Area]], [[Bone County]] - On a watchtower platform (Instant 5-Star [[Wanted Level in GTA III Era|Wanted Level]])
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*[[Area 69|Restricted Area]], [[Bone County]] - On a watchtower platform (Instant 5-Star [[Wanted Level in GTA III Era|Wanted Level]]).
*[[Sherman Dam]], [[Tierra Robada]] - In generator hall
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*[[Sherman Dam]], [[Tierra Robada]] - In generator hall.
  
 
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[[Category:Weapons in GTA San Andreas]]
 
[[Category:Weapons in GTA San Andreas]]
 
[[Category:Weapons]]
 
[[Category:Weapons]]

Revision as of 05:28, 26 January 2011

HUD icon.
File:Night vision goggles (GTASA) (in use).jpg
Night-vision goggles in use in GTA San Andreas.

Not to be confused with the thermal vision goggles (though they share an identical icon), the night-vision goggles amplifies extremely dim, available light and present it in a green-ish display so the player can see more clearly in dark areas. After equipping the goggles, it is possible switch to another weapon while retaining the thermal vision goggles' effects and even drive vehicles. They will only become available once the player has passed Breaking the Bank at Caligula's.

The night-vision goggles look similar to the the ones worn by Sam Fisher in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, a stealth/shooting game, and adopts the exact model as the thermal vision goggles.

Locations