GTA 5: Skydiver Is Elevating Stunt Jumps

Todd Brett
08 Dec 2021
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In the massively popular GTA 5 game, one of the best skydivers, Ash Sky’s Queen, is obsessed with the tricks she performs around San Andreas. Her skill perfectly reflects the incredible Chiliad Pylon Challenge performance, which is definitely worth check-in in. As a perfectionist, she makes numerous attempts to get the cleanest result. Ash decided to test her skills and experience in the GTA Trilogy. 

GTA Skydivers Subculture

Ash decided to conquer Mount Chiliad, which was originally added to GTA: San Andreas. In the remastered version of the Trilogy, this famous mountain has undergone several changes, giving players a chance for new exploits. According to Ash, it is very unusual to return to the old map after experience in GTA 5, which has substantially improved the details of the city.

Modern skydivers in GTA approach each sandbox differently and consider each detail under a microscope because the success of their attempt depends on it. Sky Queen shared how long it takes her to perform perfect stunts. In the game, you lose $500 after each death, so she spent about $800,000 on her famous Liquor Hole stunt.

Aiming for New Heights

Unfortunately, even an updated version of the old GTA doesn’t come close to the number of possibilities provided by GTA Online or GTA 5. Despite this, Ash is full of enthusiasm and ingenuity. Her attention is focused on Chiliad as well as other places that may surprise us in the future. She also wants to try to perform in the place with a hole in the billboard from one of the first missions. She’s not sure how she’s going to do it, but it’s worth a try.

Of course, the Skydiver subculture is pretty unusual, and it’s interesting to watch because such complex tricks require determination and persistence. For many, GTA San Andreas is a place of nostalgia, and Ash is no exception. Would you like to try out some stunts yourself? Leave your comments below and share the article! 

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