When you're caught up in a good video game, you're usually in a pretty oblivious state: you can barely notice your bladder is about to explode from not taking a bathroom break in 15 hours, let alone pay attention to every little detail on your screen. What better time for a developer to go ahead and slip in an inexplicably terrifying Easter egg that most people will never see?
As we've discussed two times before, we unfortunately have seen the horror lurking beneath the surface of your favorite video games, and now we're continuing our Halloween tradition of passing on the curse to you. Behold:
Grand Theft Auto V -- The Ghost of Mount Gordo
Few groups of people are better at making shit up than GTA fans. For example, remember when everyone said you could run into a woman's ghost in GTA IV? Let's set the record straight: there's no lady ghost in that game, people. Come on.
It's in GTA V.
If ghosts exist in GTA, there's no way our character isn't being haunted by roadkill 24/7.
Yep, that happens. Presumably as a way to address the rumors of ghostly activity and the accusations of misogyny in one fell swoop, Rockstar Games went ahead and hid a she-spook in the latest game. If you want to see it for yourself, you'll need to: 1) be at Mount Gordo between 11 p.m. and midnight on the game's clock, and 2) make sure your cat isn't in the room while you're playing, because if it jumps on you when the ghost appears you're gonna die for real. Then there'll be two ghosts here, and we're not sure if we can handle that.
You can see the ghost only through a sniper scope, since it has intimacy issues and tends to disappear when you get too close. However, if you do have the balls to go stand on the rocks where the ghost used to be floating, you might notice it leaves a message written in blood:
Holy shit! The killer is a sideways rabbit!