We’ve got a busy month coming up throughout June, with videos twice every week on Tuesdays and Fridays at 7pm BST (GMT+1). We finish off our ‘How Not To Heist’ Grand Theft Auto V series with the final setup ‘convoy’ before attempting the Pacific Standard Job in spectacular fashion, before moving on to what will become our racing themed month.
We begin with an unbelievable qualifying session on Assetto Corsa, as Alan takes on Pete head-to-head in small Fiat cars to see who takes pole position for the upcoming race the following week. Later we tackle some of the meatier cars and try to get to grips with the Shelby Cobra with hilarious consequences, and then for reasons that make no sense we switch to Formula 1 in F1 2013, first in a lighting qualifying round and then a race, followed by a more detailed qualifying session later in the week which causes Alan to lose his temper more than once.
Finally we finish June with Project Cars, first blazing through the American country in Pagani Zondas and then we switch to the slightly less glamorous Donnington Park in the UK for probably the best race we’ve had to date, as a Mitsubishi Evo takes on a Ford Focus in a nail-biting race to the finish.
In Part 3 of our Dying Light playthrough we go out looking for airdrops containing the zombie virus suppressant known as Antizin for the good people holed up in The Tower, seeing as rival faction leader Rais stashes it all for him and his people to sell it for ridiculous sums of money. We also learn that our hero Crane isn’t the nice guy everyone thinks he is, we get our first taste of how intense night time can be, and that we really suck at navigating the city.
The opening track to this one is from a movie called Casshern, the track is called “Prayer.”
To get up to speed with what we’ve done so far, check out Parts One and Two where we play the prologue. For everything else check out our YouTube page.
During the course of this video we did manage to work out that stealing a train was unfortunately impossible in GTA 5, but that didn’t stop us from trying. We also fumble our way through a mission and once again attempt a parachute jump.
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