Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead.
For the past 10 years, Los Santos and Blaine County have been the playground for most of the criminal activities in the GTA universe, a place many people have called home (lots of homes even). We’ve robbed banks, robbed stores, robbed a casino, robbed a whole private island, recovered music for Dr. Dre, filled garages with hundreds of vehicles, we’ve stopped doomsday, we’ve worked for the feds, we’ve taken suspicious illicit substances, we’ve smuggled and sold said illicit substances, we’ve raced, diced, slashed and shot one another on floating platforms all across the map in the myriad of Adversary Modes available; alongside a plethora of incredible things that will probably make you nostalgic, regardless of whether you’ve fully enjoyed your time in Los Santos or not.
Next week, we enter one of the biggest months ever for the GTA community – December, where the first look at the next Grand Theft Auto game is finally going to be unveiled. A curtain that is going to be pulled after years and years of speculation, in a way that almost feels unbelievable!
A brand-new sight of the sunny (and stormy?) East Coast may be upon us, but this doesn’t mean that Los Santos and Blaine County are going anywhere just yet!
As such, this week, and in advance of the beginning of next month (and the fact that it’s speculated that the Rockstar brand anniversary is on 1st December, leading some of the community to believe a reveal may happen then), we look back at Los Santos and Blaine County, a home for a lot of criminals for the past 10 years, through the community’s lens.