How to find hidden message in GTA 3 Trilogy Edition?

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How to find the secret messages hidden in the legendary series, which came out with the name of GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition with its new version?

Rockstar Games released GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition for all platforms on November 11. Then it turned out that some secret developer messages were added to the games, just like in GTA 3. The company actually says it doesn’t want players to reach this area. But although it makes it difficult, it does not completely prevent it.

Since discovering the secret message is a step that increases the gaming experience and competition, Rockstar has started to follow this method in its recent games. In GTA 3, players have already found a few different ways to access this area.

Hidden messages in the GTA series

Rockstar Games has been using hidden messages in its games for a long time. Although we encounter this situation mostly in the GTA series, it is also present in other games such as Red Dead Redemption. However, the most popular and spoken ones were undoubtedly those that appeared from Vice City to GTA 5.


For example, if you go to the Statue of Liberty while playing GTA 4 Liberty City, you can see the smiling face of the former First Lady of the USA and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Or you may come across illuminati symbols even while walking on the street in GTA 5. There are also references to UFOs and the famous 51st area, which is said to investigate aliens.

How to find hidden developer message in GTA 3?

Many gamers say that finding what Rockstar hides provides a different gaming experience. In GTA 3, you have to complete the story missions first to reach the alley where this secret message is located. Then the island of Stauton will be unlocked. Then go to Bedford Point and enter the parking lot located in the Southwest. Of course, you may need a high vehicle to overcome the wall in front of you.


If you find a vehicle, park it next to the two garbage containers you come across and climb onto its roof, and then jump over the wall to enter the street that wasn’t there before. If you walk all the way to the trees, you’ll see a hidden message that says, “You weren’t supposed to come here, you know.”

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