GTA V: 13 Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Could Do
Despite its incredible size and depth of gameplay, the best thing about Grand Theft Auto V is the attention to…
Despite its incredible size and depth of gameplay, the best thing about Grand Theft Auto V is the attention to the little details that Rockstar have committed to. Whether it’s environmental issues, such as sweat soaking through a character’s clothes, or NPC’s reacting to
Before Rockstar’s update apparently fixed the glitch, there was a rather helpful exploit that allowed gamers to earn millions in a matter of minutes thanks to repeatedly going to an underwater wreck that respawned a sizable cash collectible, but with that door closed, you have to look a little harder to find new and exciting things to do. The majority of the instances in this article have been discovered by intrepid in-game travellers, who won’t take no for an answer, and who will happily push the boundaries of normal behaviour just to see what the result is.
They are the icey pole lickers in life, and we salute them.
There are some fairly well-publicised activities that weren’t very publicly announced by Rockstar, such as the ability to hide in bushes from cops, or take selfies, but they’re just too obvious for this list. We’re far more interested in stock-piling the things you might not have been aware of, like the ability to upset one of your own playable characters with a simple, environmental decision…
Trevor is something of a loose-cannon in the game, and it’s no surprise that he’s one of the most likely characters to take exception to your own choices, and simply over-ride them. If you force Trevor to listen to the music he doesn’t like, he will follow his normal character traits and become unfeasinly angry, switching the radio station back on his own, without a player prompt.
Incidentally, if you wish to avoid Trevor’s wrath, it’s best to keep it dialled to Channel X, his favourite station.