GTAONLINE – Secret Alien Mission

A few weeks back, the Gunrunning Update added some new weapons, vehicles and massive underground bunkers to GTA Online. Buried deep in the new update were a series of files and code that seemed to hint at an alien UFO crashing just outside the Zancudo military base. Players were excited at the prospect of figuring out a long-standing mystery involving an alien egg, which was tied to the suspected event.

Members of Team Guru, a GTA V modding and mystery hunting group, spent weeks digging and searching for a way to activate these bits of alien coding. After many sleepless nights, they used a tool created by Guru member Polivilas to switch in-game variables until they were able to activate an alien supply mission by force:


Until GTA Online updates and this mission activates properly, we have no idea if this is the final version of the event, or if it will ever be put into the game officially. But this is conclusive evidence that Rockstar was indeed doing something recently with the idea of aliens crashing in GTA Online.

The actual mission is a bit underwhelming. Players are told to head to a location and steal some supplies—that’s where the alien egg comes in. When they arrive, they find a large UFO crashed in the swamp and dead scientists and soldiers. Once players have the alien egg, a small group of extraterrestrials spawns in and the player has to kill them. As missions go, it’s not incredibly exciting or different. But after years of searching it’s cool to finally see the theorizing and hard work materialize into something concrete.

While some players are happy that aliens were found, others are disappointed. Many mystery hunters wanted a big single-player easter egg or reward that could justify years of searching. Some are actually hopeful this new alien mission is just the start of something bigger, perhaps eventually involving the long sought-after jetpack.


For now, at least the citizens of Los Santos know they aren’t alone in the universe. And that these alien beings aren’t bulletproof.

Source: kotaku.com (for full story, and background)
snap by SC member: Kriskirby86

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