Grand Theft Auto 5’s ‘Chiliad Mystery’ is fascinating. Since the game’s 2013 console launch and PC intro two years on, an intrepid section of players has dedicated its time to unearthing a conspiracy of sorts that’s tied to a cryptic mural, UFOs and weird egg assets.
Last week, new information was datamined by these players—a community of self-proclaimed ‘Gurus’ that better mirrors subculture status than hobbyist enthusiasts—relevant to the crime sim’s latest Gunrunning update, however they were then unsure of how to spawn their discoveries in-game. They’ve now worked that out, and have made contact with an alien race.
Could this mark the end of the ‘Chiliad Mystery’ as we know it? Perhaps, but lead Guru Tadd suggests the latest revelation could be tied to GTA 5’s single-player portion.
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GTA V fans have looked for aliens endlessly since the launch of the game, all to no avail. After years of fruitless searching, fans have finally started solving a three-year-old mystery involving an alien egg in the GTA V code.
For those of you who have followed the Chiliad Mystery, you may already know about the alien egg in GTA V. The egg, which is depicted on the mural itself alongside a jetpack and a UFO, was never found in-game. About three years ago, however, an alien egg model was discovered buried deep in the code of GTA V. At the time, that code egg had no functionality or any scripting attached to it: it was just an unused model with no gameplay significance. In the Gunrunning update, which dropped last week, a team of mystery hunters found new scripts and code that weren’t in the game before. It’s got the GTAcommunity buzzing.