So your friends have told you about it and you seen it on Youtube and now you would like to know how to find Bigfoot in GTA San Andreas PS2. Finding Bigfoot in "GTA San Andreas" PS2 is easy. Heck, if you want to learn how to find Bigfoot in "GTA San Andreas" Xbox or PC then keeping on reading this guide on how to find Bigfoot in "GTA San Andreas" PS2. You can find Bigfoot in the PC or Xbox version the same way you would find it in the PS2 version.
Finding Bigfoot in "GTA San Andreas" is easy to do, but at the same time, it all depends on how lucky you are. The game developers put Bigfoot in the game to make it a challenge. Bigfoot spans in the game in certain areas at random times. So, there is no actual way of knowing if you are in the right place and time to see Bigfoot. You just have to hope to get lucky. However, there are certain things you can do to give yourself a better chance of finding Bigfoot.
- First, load up your game and open up your map.
- Set your destination for Mirror Lake. Make sure you go when the weather is bad.
- Look around and hope that you find Bigfoot. If you do not see Bigfoot, then go to the San Andreas Mountains. If you do not see him there, then go to Back o Beyond.
- If Bigfoot is still not there, keep trying to go at different times. Like it was noted above, Bigfoot appears at random places at random times. It is supposed to be a challenge for players and something that "Rockstar" game developers claims does not exist.
Congratulations, now you know how to find Bigfoot in "GTA San Andreas PS2."
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