GTA V Gets Reaped With New Mod


You'd think the last kind of mod GTA V needs is one that makes the mass killing of NPCs even more efficient. After all, we're talking about a game where the NPCs have become so jaded that they don't even care if you point a gun at them and shoot around their head. Being able to kill a large amount of PEDs in a short amount of time is already a possibility.

The only difference is that until now it took effort. What if you could take the life of GTA V NPCs just by being in their vicinity (while in a vehicle, but still)? Just by being close by? You don't even need to stay in one place, you can drive around with PEDs falling dead in your path - and you don't even need to run them over.

Enter the Grim Reaper mod coming to us from WingsOnHigh. This mod allows you to "reap" the souls of nearby NPCs, meaning that when activated all PEDs at a certain radius will automatically be pulled into your character. At this point they vaporize and their soul is absorbed by the player character. The mod keeps tally of the number of souls you've reaped and you can set the speed at which the victims are pulled as well as the reaping radius.

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Just to make the whole grim reaper experience that much more authentic there is also an invincibility feature built into the mod which can be turned on and off at the press of a button. After all, who's going to kill death?

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This mod makes the game extremely easy, and is therefore not intended to be used during missions and whatnot, but it certainly makes for fun spectacle. If nothing else, it will keep you entertained for a good while.

How much of a danger to PEDs are you in GTA V? Do you go around killing everyone, or only those you must?

Aron Gerencser
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