Grand Theft Auto V is rife with criminality, and a random NPC stole a player’s motorbike out of the blue to prove it. When it was initially released in 2013, Rockstar’s newest open-world criminal caper smashed records for the most popular entertainment medium of all time. Since then, it has been ported to nearly every platform after PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and remastered.
As of 2020, Epic Games gave away Grand Theft Auto V for free. This gift caused Epic’s server to break and expanded both the base game and its online multiplayer component, Grand Theft Auto Online’s player base. Grand Theft Auto V’s bustling metropolis of Los Santos, like Rockstar’s other huge open-world blockbuster, Red Dead Redemption 2, has plenty of intriguing elements and character interactions for players to discover. In Grand Theft Auto V, Trevor Phillips was on a mission when he unexpectedly found himself flying beside a phantom aircraft.
Players have even created their own modifications, such as Claude from Grand Theft Auto 3 mimicking Spider-iconic Man’s “pointing” meme. After all the murder and mayhem players engage in while playing Grand Theft Auto V, Reddit member Outlaw515o found out the hard way in a post to the GTA V subreddit earlier today. When a female NPC approaches up and takes the player off his motorcycle in this short gameplay clip, the player is surprised.
She then mounts the bike and rides out into the distance while a fellow gang member watches helplessly. She fights off an effort by Outlaw515o to take the bike back. Rockstar plans to remake Grand Theft Auto V on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One X/S in March. Additional features, such as special console-only clothing for characters and Haptic Feedback support, will be included along with the improved visuals in these new editions of GTA V.
And Rockstar has revealed that development on the long-anticipated and much rumoured Grand Theft Auto 6 has begun, though the first trailer is unlikely to arrive for some time. Moreover, Outlaw515o’s fortuitous meeting with an NPC seeking to snatch a bright new motorbike from an unsuspecting thief in Los Santos proves that there is no end to the crime and chaos in the city. With Grand Theft Auto V, it appears like no one is safe from being robbed, but that unpredictability has helped make it one of gaming’s most talked-about titles.