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*In the mission [[First Date]], after arriving at [[Firefly Island]] [[Michelle]] might comment on how she thinks they are turning the amusement park into a [[Las Venturas]] themed park.
 
*In the mission [[First Date]], after arriving at [[Firefly Island]] [[Michelle]] might comment on how she thinks they are turning the amusement park into a [[Las Venturas]] themed park.
 
*[[Carmen Ortiz]] references Los Santos in a date with Niko Bellic.
 
*[[Carmen Ortiz]] references Los Santos in a date with Niko Bellic.
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*[[Luca Silvestri]] and his crew plan to flee to Las Venturas during the mission [[Melt Down]].
  
 
==References in The Lost and Damned==
 
==References in The Lost and Damned==

Revision as of 19:16, 18 December 2010

The State of San Andreas was the primary location of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It also exists in the Grand Theft Auto IV Era, although it is never seen apart from certain TV shows. It is still a state in the GTA IV era, as in the Liberty Tree article on the Eunux controversy states of a female plumber "run out of a town in San Andreas", which confirms San Andreas still is a state in the GTA IV era.

GTA IV Era

There are numerous references to San Andreas in the GTA IV Era. These include characters mentioning locations, TV shows, radio, and many others.

As seen by character dialogues and internet sites, the city names Los Santos (including Vinewood), Red County, San Fierro and Las Venturas are still used, confirming that these locations exist in the GTA IV era.

Like Liberty City, San Andreas will likely undergo a redesign if it is to feature in future games, either again as a state, or, more unlikely, a single city as it was in GTA 1. Aside from the city names, small town names are also taken and referenced in GTA IV.

References in GTA IV

References in The Lost and Damned

References in GTA Chinatown Wars

  • The ingame description of cocaine says how it can make you "party like the guys in Vinewood".