Are you looking for GTA SA: how to get to Liberty City? "Grand Theft Auto San Andreas" is certainly one of the biggest games that Rockstar has ever made, and it is usually one of the contenders for the best of the "Grand Theft Auto" series. With everything from workout mini-games to jet pack flying, there's no shortage of things to do in the world of San Andreas. And that was great, back in 2004 – but more than half a decade after release, many players are looking for an excuse to find something new in Rockstar's world. One of the harder things to find in the game (and therefore, one of the coolest) is going back to Liberty City. It is a bit of a tough proposition to go to Liberty City, but it can be done in a few easy steps.
- Step one: cheat code time. You'll need the Jetpack cheat to get to Liberty City, so make sure it's on. On the PS2, the cheat is: UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT L1 L2 R1 R2 UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT L1 L2 R1 R2.
- Step two: gym to the interior. Go to Gant's Gym, kill the inhabitants, and pop on your jetpack to get to Liberty City. From here, you'll want to fly up against the wall until you hit blank, black space. At this point, you'll want to set a marker for the coast, and fly towards this marker – you'll be navigating through blank space, but just keep an eye on the crosshair. You'll know that you've arrived at the correct destination when you can begin to walk again. Run to the yellow marker, and you'll be transported back to the real world of Liberty City.
- Step three: holding area into Vinewood. You'll be in an interior, so pop on your jetpack again. Set your map to Vinewood, and fly to the marker (once again, through blank space). This is going to be a long flight, but you'll know you've arrived when you can see buildings again. Hit the ground running, and you'll be in the GTA 3 version of Liberty!
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