Grand Theft Auto Online is an old game that was released on Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2013. Since then, a lot of people (including me) have continued to play GTA Online and after almost a decade of hanging out in the same virtual world, me and others have largely memorized the map. That’s not super useful outside of GTA Online, until now! Thanks to GTA Geo Guesser I can use my worthless knowledge about GTA V ‘
GTA GeoGuesser works very similar to the original GeoGuesser Browser game on which it is based. You start the game and then go somewhere on the GTA Map. Use in-game screenshots to try to find your location. Depending on the difficulty level you’ve selected, you can move the camera and drive around the area. For more severe difficulties, you have a timer that counts down before you are forced to make a guess.
You can watch GTA Speed runner DarkViperAU play GTA GeoGuesser to see the free creation in action:
In my time playing the game, I was shocked at how quickly I could guess where I was based on small things like some trees near a fence or a train exit. I thought I knew GTA Online Map fine after all these years, but actually seeing how well my brain stored all of this information was a bit scary. I probably played too much GTA Online
The original GeoGuesser that these GTA Version is inspired by has been around for years. It recently exploded in popularity thanks to a wild speed run that someone pulled through at the last SGDQ. I didn’t even know that there were people who did speed runs GeoGuesser. But they do exist and they are very, very good at it.
But if, like me, you don’t travel a lot and instead spend many hours in the virtual streets of GTA Online, I would recommend to give GTA GeoGuesser one try. It’s free, doesn’t require an account, and is a blast.
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