The GTA franchise is notorious for adding in some of the most unique Easter eggs within the gaming world. Whether they relate to past GTA games, real-world events, or more, these Easter eggs have been hyping players up since the beginning.
For those that may not know, Easter eggs are hidden novelties within games that usually add to the game’s universe, but are never easy to find. Some of them even hint at things to come while others are just there to add to the lore of a game.
The Best Easter Eggs in GTA
Seen running around Los Santos in GTA V, Bigfoot has become a historical Easter egg within the GTA franchise. The massive ape-like creature was first seen in San Andreas and has made it into multiple GTA titles.
If you are able to find Bigfoot when playing GTA, consider yourself quite lucky.
4. Submerged UFO
Found in GTA V, the Submerged UFO is one of the most popular Easter eggs within the series. This massive ship is found far out at the bottom of the ocean. To access it, you need to have scuba gear that lets you dive that deep.
3. The Frozen Alien
To go along with the Submerged UFO, the Frozen Alien is another historical Easter egg. Some believe that the alien is actually the flyer of the ship found deep within the ocean. It would not come as a surprise if the game correlated the two.
This specific Easter egg can only be found by going to Mount Gordo between 11:00-12:00 at night. The Ghost of Mount Gordo will appear off in the distance. What looks to be a woman in a white dress will stand upon the mountains, making this one of the coolest and creepiest ones to find in GTA.
1. John Marston’s Red Dead
Both the GTA and Red Dead Redemption franchises are two of the greatest video game franchises of all time. Both series were made by Rockstar, so you know the company had to put a Red Dead Easter egg into GTA. If you go to Franklin’s mansion in GTA V, you can find a book on his bookshelf called Red Dead by J Marston.