While it has been several years since GTA Online was first launched, the game remains immensely popular among those who like to spend their time playing games in the online space.
Launched on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 close to seven years back, the game has evolved greatly with time and that’s one of the reasons behind the game staying relevant for so long. Right now, GTA fans are looking forward to the launch of a brand new version of GTA 5 on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in 2022.
When a game has been around for several years, one believes that players would have discovered all that is there to know about it. In the case of GTA Online, that is far from being the truth. One has seen content updates being released for GTA Online frequently. A while back, the free ‘Contract’ DLC, which marked the comeback of Franklin to the game, was launched. Several such updates have helped retain the interest of the players in the game.
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With so much content being updated or added constantly, players tend to forget about some of the older features in the game. Recently, a player stumbled upon an old multiplayer feature in the game that gives one player the opportunity to witness another player being followed by the police with the help of the television sets that are represented in the form of dots in the map.
The opportunity to watch police officers chase criminals in real-time offers a sense of adventure and excitement to the players. Seeing another player trying to escape the cops after robbing a store offers voyeuristic pleasure to the players. The entire post can be seen here.
GTA fans, who came across the post on Reddit, got reminded of some of the old features on GTA Online that got wiped off most people’s memories after elements like hoverbikes, orbital strikes and doomsday bases were introduced in the game. On the post, there were many commenters who started discussing about some of the other old, forgotten features that were once a rage.