"GTA 5" has been played and re-played for more than a month now, but if you're one of those who still have to find several Easter Eggs in the game, here are some of the best, funniest, and fun to find ones in the game.
Bigfoot in "GTA 5" Online
Reddit is a great place to find Easter Eggs, and Guardian Express spotted one that was posted by OscarTheSwede Reddit user.
The Easter Egg was found during a hunting trip during the Predator mission. To find this, you'll probably play Trevor or Michael (Trevor will be the one being hunted down in this mission), and you should use thermal imaging while up in the air.
GTA 5 screenshot of Trevor (CREDIT: Rockstar Games)
Comb through the Los Santos forests, and you can spot him when you hover the weapon over the area. Bigfoot will be somewhere near the bottom right-hand area. But take care not to point the weapon directly on Bigfoot or he will vanish.
A Shoutout to Fast and the Furious
Another Redditor, yamehameha, has also posted an image that shows a line-up of cars that give a nod to "Fast and the Furious."
As you can see in the image, the Imponte Phoenix is supposedly the car that takes after the famous movie.
Aliens in GTA 5
Since Bigfoot already made an appearance, it's only a matter of time until aliens make it to the scene--and there has been quite a lot of clues scattered within the game about life beyond the planet.
Besides the obvious fact that there is a sunken UFO at the bottom of the sea near Paleto Bay, Official PlayStation Magazine reports there are even flying UFOs all over the game, which you can only say when you have completed the game 100%.
Some of the places where you can see the UFOs include the Mount Chiliad cable station at 3 a.m, on a rainy day, Fort Zancudo, where one can be seen if you fly a bunker at a maximum altitude, under the sea using a submarine, but this one is an alien egg instead of a UFO ship.
The Mystery 8 Killer
An Easter Egg that's supposed to be one of the more elaborate ones, IGN reports that there are a bunch of graffiti messages on the Mystery 8 killer, which are al clues to what seems to be another murder.
But the last message will take the players to cellblock 9A, supposedly in an underutilized prison where a newspaper clipping hints at the Mystery 8 serial killer dying in prison.
Don't Trust the GTA 5 PC Download
Fake digital downloads of games are pretty much a dime a dozen, but there is one particular game that's attracting a number of viewers who end up encountering more trouble than the download was worth.
For weeks, talk about "GTA 5" PC version has been ongoing, as rumours and hopefuls have been circulating around. But this time, it's best to trust and wait for Rockstar Games' own release of the "GTA 5" PC version. Otherwise, you may end up with an infected PC and no "GTA 5" PC port at all.
A report from Forbes has spotted the "GTA 5" malware that has already tricked quite a number of people who are users of Windows. The problem with this new download is that it looks like the normal file at 18GB and even comes with a legitimate-looking installer.
The problem starts when you open the file, download it, and realise that your computer is now infected with a malware. WCCFTech provide a number of screenshots for what can be seen in the download, and at first look, it does seem legit.
Beware of this download, and if you are scouting for a "GTA 5" PC version, best to stop now because this malware download ranks high in the search and looks like a good enough download for a torrent file.
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