'Grand Theft Auto 5' News & Update: Mod Adds Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as Exploding Weapon; New Real Life VR Video Released!

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Oct 11, 2016 03:55 PM EDT
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As if the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco could not get any worse, it has now become a meme and a hilarious addition to "Grand Theft Auto 5." In fact, a mod has added a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to the game as a weapon. How amusing is that?

According to VG24/7, gamers can now purchase Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bombs at the "Grand Theft Auto 5' local store. The new addition was created by HitmanNiko and is capable of exploding even a helicopter. Want more customization? Change up the phone's wallpaper and casing for a more personalized feel.

PC Gamer reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in "Grand Theft Auto 5" works perfectly like a hand grenade. Just give it a mighty throw and watch it explode. Check out the video below to learn how it works.

In other "Grand Theft Auto 5" news, a new video has been released by YouTube channel Corridor Digital, which tells the story of how a virtual reality (VR) headset could take gamers into a real life "Grand Theft Auto." Trevor, who is the lead character in the game, is played by Steven Ogg, who also happens to be in the Corridor Digital video, guiding users through a tutorial on how to go about racing and crashing cars.

According to Gamespot, the video is produced by the same makers of the "Battlefield Rush" video, which was recently released. Along with the VR "Grand Theft Auto 5," there's also a short video on the making of the video. It shows how the video was produced in just about a week. Check out the video below and comment your thoughts on the space below.

Rockstar Games' "Grand Theft Auto 5" was released in September 2013 for PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows PC. It is produced by Leslie Benzies and Imran Sarwar. For more information, visit rockstargames.com.

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