GTA San Andreas Player Discovers Extremely Rare NPC Animation
A Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas player recently discovered an extremely rare NPC animation that shows gang members attacking the player’s vehicle.
A rare grand theft auto san andreas An animation of several gang member NPCs kicking and shaking player vehicles was recently rediscovered by a player, sparking conversations about many of the title’s forgotten details and features. Gamers return to San Andreas to experience the game-changing PS2-era sandbox after the disastrous release of the GTA remaster of the trilogy which did not satisfy fans and cast doubt on future releases. Of the three remasters, GTA San Andreas received the most reviews. In response, some players have opted to return to the classic edition of San Andreas to bring back nostalgic memories of the mid-2000s and enjoy the original vibe of the title and its many features without changes or inconsistencies.
Released in 2004, grand theft auto san andreas is considered one of the greatest games of all time, thanks to its memorable characters, iconic moments, and features that have kept the open-world sandbox timeless for nearly two decades. In the years since launch, players have discovered new ways to experience GTA San Andreas world and expand its gameplay by making the most of its thriving community, which continues to over-create new mods for the title. To show their gratitude, Rockstar Games released GIFs to celebrate the GTA remaster of the trilogy, adding a handful of moments and memes, including San Andreas‘”Here we go again.“
On Reddit, the user willi_8262 claims to have discovered an extremely rare NPC animation in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, something they hadn’t seen even after playing the title for 15 years. During the clip, the player can be seen parked in the middle of the road. The Ballas, a group of rival gangs, aggressively kick, shove, shake and ram their vehicle in a unique animation sequence that appears to be perfectly animated or captured in motion. Considered rare, one player pointed out that the animation is new to most players as it is semi-cut behavior for gangs of GTA San Andreas which only works during certain missions.
San Andreas is nearly two decades old, but gamers continue to make new discoveries that may draw returning fans. Similarly, players recently discovered a long-lost Pokémon Easter egg in San Andreas which features many hidden, but copyrighted, images of Pokemon characters. Unlike the gang animation, these Pokémon images were removed in later editions and only appear for players who own the PlayStation 2 version of the game.
Although this is a PS2 era game with limited visual features and capabilities, GTA San Andreas includes many hidden details and a fascinating world that offers something for everyone, especially those curious enough to seek them out. While many were disappointed by the GTA Trilogy remaster, Rockstar is now releasing patches to bring the game up to the height fans have been waiting for, which indeed could one day make it the definitive way to play San Andreas for the coming years.
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