|Date of birth:||17 September 1990|
|Date of death:||2012 (Determinant)|
|Significant other(s):||Jason Brody|
|Played by:||Mylène Dinh-Robic|
|Game:||Far Cry 3|
|First game:||Far Cry 3|
|Last game:||Far Cry 3|
- "An only child brought up in a dysfunctional household, Liza Snow was always the responsible one. Passionate, smart, and sensible, she enjoys helping others conquer their problems. After initially being attracted to Grant's togetherness, she saw Jason's untapped potential and fell in love. She passionately believes in Jason and sees great potential in him when no one else does."
- —In-game description
Liza was born an only child to dysfunctional parents, hardening her into a responsible woman. Some years later, she met and fell in love with Jason Brody. Liza attended the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and was the student council president there. It is assumed that she attained a degree from UCLA. She had a part to become a Hollywood star, but she missed her shoot when she and her friends were kidnapped by pirates led by the sadistic Vaas Montenegro during their trip to Rook Islands. Later on Vaas attempts to kill her and Jason by burning a building, but fails as Jason escapes and rescues Liza. Following her rescue, Jason takes her to a cave beneath Dr. Earnhardt's mansion, which is a safe haven for Jason's friends. Liza remains in the cave until after the rescue of Keith. During the period of time in which Jason rescues Riley, the Rakyat kidnaps all of previously rescued friends and takes them to Citra's temple. By the end of the game Jason has a choice of either saving his friends or siding with Citra Talugmai. If the player chooses to side with Citra, Jason slits Liza's throat with a knife. If the player chooses to save them, he instead cuts off the ropes of Daisy and Liza and indirectly leads to Dennis accidentally stabbing Citra.
- Originally Liza was named "Nikki" in the worldwide "Stranded" trailer but the developers changed their minds and renamed her to "Liza".
- Liza is voiced by Mylene Dinh-Robic.
- The night prior to Jason, his friends, and brother sky diving to Rook Island, the player is made aware by Daisy that Liza and Jason were in disagreement or as Daisy puts it, Jason was having "girlfriend troubles." From the Mushrooms in the Deep mission, the player learns that the troubles might have stemmed from an argument over the vacation: Liza received a role from a Hollywood studio during the vacation and Jason is upset that this will interfere with the vacation (it is inferred that it might at least cause Liza to return to California early).
- During an optional one-sided dialogue with Liza following the mandatory cut-scene after the Jason returns to the cave with Keith, Liza expresses her condolences to Jason over Riley's alleged death.
- Liza is fairly worried about Jason's safety and his mental well-being, and this becomes evident during some of the cave cut-scenes. In addition, while Liza approves of Jason's growing confidence/ability to take charge, she is upset that this (as the player might reasonably assume) is causing a rift in their relationship. This validates the notion that Jason's transformation into a warrior is a double-edged sword as his growing confidence is associated with the transformation (and while he attains the skills/confidence to get his friends back, he gradually alienates himself from them and begins to disassociate himself from his past).
- When you save Liza and go to the mansion, if you shoot at her she will come towards you in an aggressive manner, similar to how a Rakyat warrior do when they get shot at by the player.
- In early artwork of the game characters, Liza had short hair instead of long hair.
- In the mission Hard Choices, when Jason walks the fiery path. Liza is seen as the ink monster.