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GTA V underwater weapons, aliens and submarine

We have been hands-on with Grand Theft Auto V since launch and today we wanted to highlight some videos showing locations of GTA V underwater weapons, submarine gameplay and aliens. While we have been playing since the release date, it is true that some of Product Reviews readers have been addicted to the game and totaled well over 100 hours already.

If you are new to GTA V and want to find the location of underwater weapons or the submarine, then these gameplay videos will help you a lot and save some time.

First up we have a video showing gamers how to find the submarine and scuba gear, which will help you a lot when exploring underwater locations for other items like weapons and a UFO. You can see this just under 3-minute video below the article, so we recommend attaining a submarine first.

In the second GTA V video you can see a UFO below the water, which some people are calling an Easter Egg left by the games developers. Have you found anything strange underwater, and if so share a comment below? Use the video to explore this location yourself.

You wouldn’t think Rockstar stored GTA V weapons underwater, but this is exactly what they have done in a few locations, so take a look at the third video to find weapons below water.

Finally, you can find an Alien space ship car by watching the last video. During the 5 minutes of gameplay you will see the location and how well the car handles on and off road.

What have you found in GTA V so far? There will be a lot more to find, so keep connected to Product Reviews over the next few weeks while we highlight different locations, weapons and strange stuff found within the game. You can see more evidence of Aliens in GTA V via an earlier article.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of product-reviews.net; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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