Saturday, January 10, 2015

GTA V PC Version Settings Are Similar To GTA IV’s

GTA V is only weeks away from dropping on the PC and we’ve still got next to no details about the PC version iteration of Rockstar’s biggest game to date.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

GTA V Mythbusters: #2Airplane Wrecks

The player will be able to find a crashed Jet airplane off the coast of Paleto Bay, just north of The Peninsula. The Jet's main body and fuselage are largely broken apart, and the wings have disattached from the main body. Overall, there is a very large debris field resulting from this crash. The Jet itself bears the FlyUS livery, and it doesn't seem to have many coral parts or seaweed accumulated around it, suggesting that the airplane crashed very recently. The crashed airplane is never mentioned or referenced in any way in the game's storyline, however some collectible submarine parts can be found strewn amongst the wreckage.

GTA 5 Peyote Plants Locations ‘Play As Animal' Guide

Peyote plants are newly added collectibles to the remastered Grand Theft Auto V for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The plants act as a hallucinogenic drug which transforms the players into a random animal from the game world.

GTA V Mythbusters: #1Abandoned Mine Shaft

 The mine shaft may have been used by gold miners to get deeper into the mountain to mine for gold. Mine shafts are not as common in southern California as the Gold rush occured in northern California which makes the shaft suspicious. Players have found a way to enter the old mining tunnel, to find only that there is a stone wall behind it. The boards are not a solid board door as you can see a black interior behind the boards leading people to believe the shaft is enterable. In the next gen GTA V games, the shaft is openable by firing a Rocket Launcher at the door. Inside are railroads, dead ends and several different mining tools, proving that it was used to mine a lot of things (most likely coal, not gold).