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Revision as of 05:57, 11 April 2014

For the 3D Universe counterpart, see San Andreas in GTA III Era. For the title in that universe, see Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
STATE
State of San Andreas
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Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
Name: State of San Andreas


The State of San Andreas is a fictional West Coast state in the United States. The state is based on California and Nevada.

Information

The only area of San Andreas that is playable in GTA V is Los Santos and Blaine County. However, this area is obviously not representative of all the state. Though the map in GTA V is an island, the map is simply designed that way in order to keep the feeling of freedom for the player. In theory, Los Santos and Blaine County may very well be connected with other fictional areas of the state, but simply do not appear.

The small portion of San Andreas in GTA V features a number of mountain ranges, farms, deserts, woodlands, lakes, parks, towns, and a major city (Los Santos). The capital of San Andreas is unknown, but it may be based on Sacramento.

List of Cities, Towns, and Counties

Areas that don't appear in GTA V

  • San Fierro
  • Las Venturas (Las Venturas is seen briefly on one of GTA IV's TV programs)
  • Red County (Red County is mentioned in GTA IV, so it likely exists in GTA V)

Trivia

  • The state flag of San Andreas is identical to that of California, with the exception of a beaver replacing a bear and the flag being colored blue rather than red.

See Also