10 GTA 5 Secrets That You Won't Believe - UFOs, Breaking Bad, and Goatman

10 GTA 5 Secrets That You Won't Believe - UFOs, Breaking Bad, and Goatman

Did you know that GTA 5 includes nods to Breaking Bad? Well, it does. Get all the info here.

Our GTA 5 Secrets continue with three more mysteries that the game is hiding. We break down each Easter Egg and explain just why they've become so talked about in the GTA 5 community. If you want to know all about the UFOs in GTA 5, read on.

GTA 5 Secret 7. UFOs in GTA 5

GTA 5 is the first game in the series that contains UFOs . In order to unlock this Easter Egg, you must have completed the game at 10 per cent or else they will not appear.

Once you've completed the game, UFOs can be found at three different locations: Beam Me Up, Fort Zancudo, and Mount Chiliad.

However, there is another UFO that can be found sunk on the north shore of San Andreas, just north of Procopio Beach. This is the only UFO you can view without having to complete the game.

Kind of creepy, huh?

GTA 5 Secret 6. Breaking Bad's Jessie Pinkman

This Easter Egg is undoubtedly one of the strangest of GTA 5, since it serves no purpose for the story nor is it related to the characters in it. At the northern peak of Mount Chiliad - near the cable car station - players of the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of GTA 5 may find graffiti on a face painted on the face of the mountain.

The face bears no resemblance to any character in GTA 5, but many fans believe it is a fairly faithful representation of the character of Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman. Others simply believe that the face belongs to one of the game's producers.

For those who have the improved version of GTA 5 on PS4, Xbox One or PC, then you're in for a bit of luck: graffiti has been replaced by another image - a penis. It seems, however, that the van used by the characters for the making of methamphetamine is also present in the game!

The meaning behind this Easter egg remains shrouded in mystery since Rockstar has not made any official comments about who the face is. Yeah, easter eggs, bitch!

GTA 5 Secret 5. Goatman

It wouldn't be a Grand Theft Auto game if there was no Easter egg referring to a semi-human creature, as it was reported that Bigfoot was included in the game. Hidden in the Catfish View bridge area, many players believe that a creature known as Goatman frequents the area. It is said that Goatman is bipedal, has his whole body covered by fur and two great horns that protrude from the top of the head.

The Goatman is believed to be based on a creature known in South Texas by the same name, who also frequents a bridge known as the Old Alton Bridge. As if this were not strange enough, the actual bridge bears a striking resemblance to the one in GTA 5 where Goatman is usually found. Local legend also states that if a car crosses the bridge without headlights, Goatman would take this as a signal and become visible - much like his behavior in the game.

Meetings with Goatman are very rare, and have rarely been captured by a camera. One lucky player was able to capture a photo of Goatman standing in the middle of the road - just before the bridge. Goatman fled the area by running under the bridge after the photo was taken. Another meeting was recorded via a YouTube video, where Goatman can be seen standing on the side of the road among some shrubs.

Goatman has long been debated among the GTA community, but I think we can all safely say that we do not want to meet him!

Head back to GTA 5 Secrets page 1 or page 3 of our GTA 5 Secrets for more amazing discoveries. Remember to post in the comments if you discover any new Easter eggs. If you're looking for GTA 5 cheats, we've got them too.

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