Nope, I live in Scotland, and I can assure you, regardless of where you live, trees do not move like this, even in a hurricane. Everything seems accelerated, and if you watch footage of trees in a storm, they don't whip back and forth at the same speed in each direction, they get pushed violently in one direction, then return as much as they can to their original position, at a much reduced rate, due in no small measure to the wind that pushed them in the first place! Unless the wind is gusting alternately in two different, completely opposing directions, (which cannot naturally happen) the tree physics are out of wack, indisputably. This is not an opinion.Where do you guys live? because I'm in Ireland, and I can tell you now, that the trees here move just like that. When it's breezy or windy out, the trees and bushes move the exact same way as they do in-game. The larger, long ones bend and sway, and the smaller ones rustle.
The landscape in this, is mainly based on european places. We're not talking about mighty redwoods, etc from america bending around the place lol. I'm guessing it's mainly people from the US, that's saying this.
Ye people need to get out more lol. You're starting to forget what shit looks like irl, me thinks ;p