Grand Theft Auto Speedrunner has a terrible chance
Speedrunning takes a lot of skill, but there are still many moments, even in the most well-understood games, that boil down to luck. Unhappy Grand Theft Auto Player known as English Ben was recently reminded of the fickle vagaries of the universe.
Early in an attempt to complete the Grand Theft Auto III, City of vice, and San Andreas trilogy as fast as possible, Englishman Ben struggled to acquire a vital means of transport which I came to call Schrödinger’s Ambulance. This vehicle has only a 30% chance of being locked, but as you can see in the video below, it took Englishman Ben nine loops to try the door, taking an intentional death to reappear. ambulance and try again to finally steal the damn. thing.
“There’s no way,” Ben said after eight attempts to steal the ambulance. “Like, my game must be fucked, right?”
So why not just take another car? Well, Ben was apparently attempting a specific issue that required using a vehicle with a switchable side job, like ambulance paramedics, and couldn’t use the nearby police car due to the effect. secondary of another problem.
“Technically a cab would have worked, but the fixed spawn is much further away, so trying the ambulance is the most logical choice,” Ben Explain on Reddit.
Ben eventually decided the race was over but kept trying to see how long it would take. Subsequently, he calculated that the chances of getting eight ambulances locked in a row was a chance of 1/15242, or might only happen 0.0066% of the time. Fortunate!
I’m not sure what Ben has done to arouse the wrath of Luck – my money is crossing paths with a black cat – but maybe he can turn this new curse Grand Theft Auto record. How many locked ambulances can you have in a row? The new defending champion will not come down easily.