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Cut Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Mission Not Meant For The Public Has Been Discovered

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These days, GTA 5 and GTA: Online are typically what springs to mind when talking about Rockstar's immensely successful IP. However, for slightly older gamers, the likes of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City constitutes the early days of the series, which helped take it into the direction that fans enjoy today.

Considered one of the best open world games of the PS2 era, the 2002 release is an absolute classic, and recently, something has been unearthed which the studio behind last year's remasters accidentally left in for the public to find.Spotted by PCGamesN, YouTuber Vadim M has uploaded a video which showcases a hidden mission for Vice City called «Movie Demo», which never made it into the final build of the game.

There seems to be a lot of mystery around what this mission was about, as there are many aspects that aren't there. However, looking at the game's code, and piecing together some of the cut scenes, it seems as though this was something that was unintentionally left behind in Grove Street Games' Definitive Edition, yet comes from the original game's source code.

In other words, it's unlikely that the public was ever meant to see this.Awesome Video Shows What GTA Vice City Would Look Like In Unreal Engine 5In the video, Tommy Vercetti, voiced by the sadly departed Ray Liotta, can be seen exiting a police station, where he then enters a waiting car.

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