If you've visited Kotaku in recent years, you may have seen videos of seasoned Grand Theft Auto Online players performing impressive stunts. Sometimes they use bicycles, sometimes cars, sometimes several vehicles are involved. These videos are always entertaining to watch. But have you ever wondered how many trials are needed to successfully complete these stunts?
Now, a new video uploaded by GTA stunter plex shows how much work is involved in making a stunt and how entertaining the process is than the actual stunt.
Plex has posted his video on the subreddit GTA Online and it has quickly earned over 4,000 upvotes. The video showed many of the attempts, mistakes and failures that occur when trying to create a single stunt in Grand Theft Auto Online.
As Plex explained, some of the most impressive and complex stunts can take more than 20 hours to actually execute. The stunt shown in the Bloopers video lasted 1
Plex has been doing stunts in GTA Online since the game was released in 2013. "I've done over 5,500 hours, mostly on the BMX," Plex said. Even with so much experience and skill, it takes time and a bit of luck to create a certain hard stunt. This is because nothing can prevent a random delay spike or physics error from destroying a perfect attempt. But at least it's fun to watch the Blooper role.