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GTA V Easter eggs, secrets, and cameos

on 17 September 2013

Grand Theft Auto V is a game of unprecedented size, but in our dozens of hours with Rockstar's latest open-world adventure, we've unearthed several secrets and Easter eggs. These hallmarks of the Grand Theft Auto series are always a pleasure to discover, and we'll be adding more to this list in the weeks and months to come.

Check out our list of secrets, cameos, and Easter eggs in GTA V. We'll be updating this list in the days and weeks to come, so if you've spotted something that we missed, be sure to drop a comment below and tell us about it!

Spoilers below

1. GTA V has cameo references to GTA IV characters. During one pre-heist conversation, Lester mentions an "Eastern European" out in Liberty City who was quite good at this kind of work, but has gone quiet in recent months. Quiet? What's happened to our beloved Niko Bellic?

2. There are also cameo appearances by GTA IV characters. Johnny Klebitz, the main protagonist of GTA IV's The Lost and the Damned DLC, first appears during Trevor's introduction. What happens next is a spoiler best left for the game, but suffice it to say, his introduction is simultaneously exciting and disturbing.

3. In the Suburban clothing store, you can buy a tropical shirt for Michael that looks remarkably similar to the one worn by Max Payne in Rockstar's Max Payne 3.

4. Grove Street (a GTA: San Andreas landmark) makes a prominent appearance in one GTA V mission. Franklin, Lamar, and Trevor go to CJ's old haunt to carry out a drug deal with some Ballas, but the deal goes south and all three must shoot their way out.

More secrets and Easters eggs on Page 2.