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GTA 5 dataminers discover mission involving aliens and a flying saucer

The Grand Theft Auto series has become notorious for its secrets, consisting of eerie Easter Eggs and cut content only available to those who tinker with its code. From GTA: San Andreas' infamous Hot Coffee sex mini-game to GTA 5's bizarre showdown between Bigfoot and Teen Wolf's beast, there's some pretty peculiar things going on in GTA's most clandestine corners. The latest example of this involves a crashed flying saucer and a firefight with the aliens that haunt this derelict craft.
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