In another impressive feat of creativity (with a bit of luck mixed in), one GTA Online player was able to pull off an insane aerial maneuver using the fan-favorite Oppressor MK1 sports bike.
Dexerto says “GTA Online provides players with an open-world sandbox unlike almost any other. While finding and using some of the game’s most powerful weapons is a huge draw for many players, others like to dedicate their time to obtaining the game’s coolest and craziest vehicles.Out of the more than 600 unique vehicles in Rockstar’s game — ranging from cars to heavy-duty industrial vehicles to fighter jets — one choice that remains a fan-favorite is the Oppressor line of sports bikes, which are known for their ability to troll other players, but more importantly perform insane aerial tricks.While a typical bike may not seem that appealing, Oppressors have a built-in rocket booster that can lead to some insane in-game antics, and one dedicated player was able to fly from the famous Vinewood sign all the way to Maze Bank Tower using just an Oppressor MK1 (and a bit of luck).”
On a post on Reddit, the player shared that they “finally managed to go from the Vinewood sign to the Maze Bank Tower without touching down once,” and provided video evidence to prove it.
“While this is far from the first display of crazy stunts involving an Oppressor, it’s certainly another impressive example of what players can do when they combine GTA’s unique vehicles, wonky physics, and some time and effort.”
It’s very easy to say that GTA 6 has become one of the most-anticipated games of all time. Despite Rockstar remaining mum on all things rumors and leaks, some of which seem more credible than others, some employees may have let GTA news slip through the cracks. “Primarily, a couple of employees known for their work on Grand Theft Auto games made headlines in recent weeks after some of their social media posts surfaced, appearing to hint at the next Grand Theft Auto title.” GTA 6 clues on social media Notably, Soundtrack Manager and Music Supervisor Tony Mesones shared a photo of Miami to
The GTA community was having a field day in the recent weeks, thinking that they’d managed to get a hold of leaks after a video showing off an in-game map was posted online. Shortly after, a new leak emerged showing an amusement park called Fred’s Fun World featuring shops and attractions with comedic names that would fit nicely in the GTA universe. Unfortunately, it seems like this was all just an elaborate scam and the work of one man who goes by the name ‘Tim McDowell’ on Medium. A post on their site explains why this recent leak is fake and includes the link
Dexerto says “xQc’s foray into the world of GTA RP has been an entertaining, yet controversial one. The Canadian has received several bans from the popular NoPixel server but has returned on several different occasions, bringing thousands of viewers with him. His characters have brought incredible highlights to viewers, and he’s even won over some hardcore roleplayers who were skeptical about him joining the server at first, and even more so after his repeated bans. While other variety streamers have ditched the game and found something new to play, he’s carried on his journey to becoming one of the server’s