GTA V Easter Egg Lets You Play as Teen Wolf
Ashley Allen / 2 years ago
A YouTuber has discovered a previously undiscovered Easter egg in Grand Theft Auto V that allows the player to unlock the werewolf character from Teen Wolf. When we say Teen Wolf, though, we don’t mean the recent MTV show, though – we’re talking the true, cult favourite 1985 movie starring Michael J. Fox.
Unlocking Teen Wolf – or “The Beast”, as the video describes the character – is a rather involved process. To start, according to the video instructions, you will need to have:
- Completed the game 100%;
- Completed the Strangers & Freaks mission “The Last One”;
- Collected all 27 Peyote Plants, using Franklin, Michael or Trevor.
GTA Series Videos offers the following advice for unlocking “The Beast”:
“The golden peyotes spawn in 7 different locations around San Andreas from 5:30 to 8:00 AM only with weather set to Foggy or Snow.
You can use cheats or PC trainers to change the weather.
Collect all the golden Peyote Plants in order from Sunday to Saturday and you will see the Sasquatch spawning near a dead animal or NPC – a rabbit, a deer, a crashed vehicle, a boar, a mountain lion, a biker and at last the Sasquatch Hunter from the mission “The Last One”.
During these hallucinations, press CTRL on the keyboard or L3 on the gamepad to make the Bigfoot grunt. You will hear a growl in the distance that will guide you towards the next golden peyote.
After collecting the last peyote, do NOT end the hallucination. Press CTRL or L3 to make the Bigfoot grunt and follow the Beast’s growl in the distance.
You will find a maximum of 9 events (dead NPCs, dead animals or a crashed car). The number of bodies that the game wants you to find and the path are completely random.
Eventually the growls will take you to the last body at the Thomson Scrapyard – the airplane graveyard in Blaine County. Here you will confront the Beast.”
To make Teen Wolf playable in Director Mode, you have to kill it. The character will then be available by selecting “Wild Animal” and pressing L3+R3 (both analogue sticks) on console or Left Shift+CTRL on PC.