GTA V indestructible is being talked about again today, across the speedrun scene. In fact, if the record for completing the signed Rockstar Games game is around 6 hours 37 minutes, then the player has decided to finish the game as quickly as possible, but by imposing additional restrictions: Do not take the slightest damage.
New record for GTA V
And so on UnNameD I decided to take on this amazing challenge, which thus consists of finishing GTA V as quickly as possible, without suffering any injury. The player has also used a certain mode, which automatically kills his character if the latter’s health decreases. In this little game, UnNameD I managed to complete GTA V in 9 hours.
The player explains that his feat required several attempts, as he had to resume the challenge no fewer than 48 times before he could finally reach the final credits for GTA V, with his health bar remaining intact. Performance is as impressive as it was useless, but once again shows the popularity of GTA V that should once again dominate the top of the sales rankings at the end of the year.
In fact, it is good to remember that, since its initial release at the end of 2013, GTA V was going to have passed over 145 million copies worldwide. The result that clearly takes into account the game’s many differences, which has been introduced on two generations of consoles, which is about to conquer the current generation, with the PS5 and Xbox Series X releases expected for November.
Now let’s see if the third launch of GTA V will allow Rockstar Games to rise to the top of the ranking of best-selling games of all time. In fact, at the moment, with its sales of 145 million, GTA V is in second place, behind Tetris, which has 200 million sales.
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