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Live-action Grand Theft Auto perfectly captures the game
YouTube channel Corridor Digital has recreated GTA in real life.
We’ve seen some crazy Grand Theft Auto V videos in the past, but this live action one may absolutely take the entire wedding cake.
YouTube channel Corridor Digital has recreated the feel of Grand Theft Auto in the real world so well it’s absolutely baffling.
The thing that catches you by surprise is how well the camera angles are recreated. Even when driving, the camera smoothly follows along, as if it were the actual video game. Music, sound, and special effects accurately capture the action—which of course includes beating up a drug dealer and stealing his money. Luckily, Corridor Digital created a making-of video as well.
Screengrab via Corridor Digital/YouTube
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.