Rockstar Games latest release, Grand Theft Auto V, is still a massively popular title. The game world really feels alive as players roamed through the city of Los Santos. One of the elements that helped make the world seem alive was the crowds of NPCs as they went on their own adventure. Starting tomorrow, players will be able to watch a life of a random Grand Theft Auto V NPC play out.
One Grand Theft Auto V Twitch streamer is playing out random lives of NPC players in Grand Theft Auto V, which is done through a modded version of the video game title. The video feed will be available through the San Andreas Community Cam which can be viewed right here, though the stream does not start until Friday, January 20, at 8:00 am PST.
“San Andreas Community Cam is a live video stream from a computer running a modded version of Grand Theft Auto V, hosted on Twitch.tv. The mod follows the citizens of San Andreas, a fictional state in GTA V based on California. The citizens are programmed to control themselves and make their own decisions, with no one actually playing the game. The citizens are ‘playing themselves’, with all activity unscripted.”
This is not the first Grand Theft Auto V custom Twitch stream. The same streamer also showcased a random deer as it went through its own adventure within the city of Los Santos last year. We’re interested in seeing just how some of the NPCs will react to the world, though we can do without the crying which is demoed within the trailer piece posted above.