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Grand Theft Auto V
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Developer(s) Rockstar North
Publisher(s) Rockstar Games, Take-Two Interactive
Platform(s) PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 / Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) September 17, 2013 (PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360, worldwide)
October 10, 2013 (Japan)
November 18 (PlayStation 4 & Xbox One)
April 14, 2015 (Microsoft Windows)
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Grand Theft Auto V (also known as Grand Theft Auto Five, GTA 5 or GTA V) is a 2013 action-adventure game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It is the fifteenth instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series and the successor of Grand Theft Auto IV.

The original edition was released on September 17th, 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions were released on November 18th, 2014, and was later released on April 14th, 2015 for the PC.

Disappearing vehicle

Occasionally when loading quick-saves taken from when the character was driving, the vehicle will disappear, sending the player flying at the speed the vehicle was traveling.

Cypress Flats River Glitch

There is a bug in the river of Cypress Flats, where the shades and lights do not respond correctly. You can provoke this by simply moving the camera (and sometimes even if it is not moved).

YouTube video by LanceAndMissingNo.


Invisible wall in Los Santos Airport

The wall is on the corner of a building, between red and white traffic barriers and steel beams. If you try to jump over the barrier, you will see that a wall stops you, which we can not see. The strangest thing is that the character and the vehicles act as if they were crashing into a wall, but if, for example, we throw adhesive grenades or throw the ball of Chop, these objects act as if there wasn't a wall. This wall is exclusive of the PS3/XBOX 360 versions.

YouTube video by LanceAndMissingNo.


McKenzie Field Hangar Glitch

In the hangar of the McKenzie airport, if we were to do an Arms Trafficking Air mission, park the plane in the same place where we took it, save the game and restart it, then the game would load two planes in the same place, which produces an error in which if anything touches a plane (a bullet for example), the two planes will explode.

As a curiosity, if we park the plane just in front of the other one that is respawn in each new game and then we get on it, the plane used in the previous game will disappear.

YouTube video by LanceAndMissingNo.
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