Grand Theft Auto V is finally available for the Xbox 360 and PS3 and this book is the perfect companion to one of 2013’s greatest games….
The Ultimate Resource for Grand Theft Auto V Cheats, Hints, and Codes!
Admit it. You love the Grand Theft Auto series for the chaos. The games have great stories, complex characters, and a whole lot other wonderful things about them, but at the end of the day, it’s all about getting that six-star wanted level and going on murderous rampage.
There’s only so many things you can do within the limits of the regular game though. There’s only so much control you have. But that’s where cheats come in.
What Crazy Cheats are Available in Grand Theft Auto V?
Oh, there’s so many.
Here’s a few of the best:
- Spawn a Buzzard. This is the most kick-ass helicopter in the game. With guns and missiles at your disposal, you’ll be able to wreak havoc with ease and get to tht six-star wanted level extremely fast. Then the real fun begins.
- Change the weather. “Really? Changing the weather is one of the best cheats?” Okay, so it might not be that exciting when we’re just talking about it. But GTA 5 has gorgeous weather effects that also affect how you play the game. Cycling between them offers a lot of variety.
- Shoot explosions with your guns. Yes. That is as amazing as it sounds. If the cops are giving you a hard time, just pop a couple of pistol rounds in their direction and their car will explode as if it’s been hit by a rocket. You have a lot of fun with this.
You Should Also Know…
This book covers both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game so you won’t be left out no matter what platform you own. If the game eventually comes to PC (which it probably will), the book will be updated to include the cheats for that platform as well.
This is also an evolving book. Over the coming weeks and months you can expect updates to the content so it remains the perfect companion for anyone who wants to add an insane amount of chaos to their Grand Theft Auto experience.
I’m listening. Leave a review for this book with your comments and suggestions and I’ll do all I can to incorporate them into future versions of the book. I’m here, basically. I’m not about to abandon this project.