Anyone who has played open-world games like GTA Online knows the typical movement patterns of the characters and the players too often have behavior patterns that are repeated over and over again. What does it look like when you do it in the real world? Definitely amusing as a Japanese player proves.
Controlling characters through open-world titles like GTA Online is often an adventure in itself, but you get used to it and certain movement patterns repeat themselves over and over again. You also get a feel for where things can be found, collected or used. A Twitter user in Shibuya shows what it looks like in real life.
Cars are not too scarce in GTA 5, but a few vehicles are particularly tough.
GTA Online in the real world: Amusing!
The people who were not involved in the action looked a little puzzled as Twitter users @ KaoruGans0 went through Shibuya and acted like a typical video game character: Bumping into people, running into things, looking at things, picking them up and collecting them, and using them – he has thought of everything and you can empathize with it amazingly well. We’ll include the full YouTube video for you, so you have the option of showing subtitles.
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Grand Theft Auto V was released on September 17, 2013 and is available for the PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the upcoming Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles. At the moment, fans are eagerly awaiting information about GTA 6.