Agent Easter Egg Found in GTA V?

Coinpixels knows that you can design custom license plates, but this particular license plate is from one of the missions in Grand Theft Auto V, and guess on what car – ASTON MARTIN DB5 – most famous James Bond car.

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hakeem09963049d ago

it's a damn James Bond easter egg . How you going to skip the obvious to imagine something completely unrelated . Same as that stupid Naughty Dog secretly posted the PS4 release date in Last of Us game article.

theshonen88993049d ago (Edited 3049d ago )

I find it a bigger stretch to say that 4G3NT is related to James Bond and not a future Rockstar game like Agent.

Raf1k13049d ago

I agree with hakeen0996.

@ theshonen8899, the only way it would be a bigger stretch to say that 4G3NT is related to James Bond is if the car was not modeled on an iconic James Bond car.

hakeem09963049d ago

The ASTON MARTIN is a James Bond car, and James Bond is an AGENT soooooooo

President3049d ago

Hey Coinpixels why dont you credit the neogaf user you stole this news story from?

theshonen88993048d ago

I'm not quite sure what is so confusing here. This is a Rockstar game (GTA V) putting in a Rockstar easter egg (Agent). If they wanted to reference James Bond, they would have just put 30ND on the license plate or something more subtle like N1L43VR (No One Lives Forever), G0LDI (GoldenEye), or the most obvious one, 007.

I don't know anyone who would see 4G3NT and immediately think "JAMES BOND!"

hakeem09963048d ago

"I don't know anyone who would see 4G3NT and immediately think "JAMES BOND!"


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ZHZ903049d ago

I am intersted to say what will Agent will look like.

Can't wait to have it on PS4.

Philaroni3050d ago

I think that is the same kind of car James Bond used in one of the films.

Lots of movie references in the game so this would fit.

XboxFun3050d ago (Edited 3050d ago )

So is this Easter egg also found in the 360 version of GTAV because if it is that pretty much confirms it being multiplat.

maniacmayhem3049d ago

That is a good question that everyone seems to be skipping over.

And the article doesn't even mention if that same easter egg is in the 360 version of GTA.

jay23049d ago (Edited 3049d ago )

Sony owns Agent's IP. So no.

Blaze9293049d ago

lolwut? Why would Take-Two interactive, yet alone Rockstar, give up an IP? Silly man, it'll be multiplatform.

"Rockstar themselves have said nothing new about the game but parent company Take-Two Interactive was spotted, by website Siliconera, renewing two separate sets of trademarks for the game and related books and media.

This doesn’t necessarily mean the game is in active development though, as it could simply be Take-Two ensuring that nobody else can make a game called Agent in the interim."

Take-Two in those words, not "Sony" who it would be, if they truly did own the IP - not Take-Two

WitWolfy3049d ago

I say its coincidence, an Astin Martin like car and it just happens to say "agent". Some people just look too deep into these things...

007 is refer to many times as Agent 007 so what makes people thing this refers to the game announced all those years ago?

nunley333049d ago

its in both versions because gtav is a multi-plat title,nothing more to read into it.

MrBeatdown3048d ago


GTA5 is a multiplatform game. The teaser is there for Rockstar fans and gamers. Whether the game is still exclusive or not, Rockstar's not going to remove an insignificant tease for a PlayStation, but more importantly, a Rockstar game, for some desperate 360 fanboys who'll take it as a press release for Agent on Xbox.

No need for Rockstar to cleanse the 360 version of any reference to anything associated with PlayStation. Just like there was no need for Rockstar to remove the "eXsorbed 720" reference on the Righteous Slaughter 7 webpage in the PS3 version.

nunley333048d ago

@Mr.Beatdown I agree and this shouldn't be used by xbox fans to give them hope of an xbone version

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