GTA Online players can walk on water with this glitch

Grand Theft Auto Online allows players to create their own character and do just about whatever they want in San Andreas, and that now includes walking on water, thanks to a glitch discovered by YouTube user Big Spaz.

To take advantage of the glitch, Grand Theft Auto 5 players must visit the docks at the Puerto del Sol Marina in the Vespucci neighborhood of Los Santos. After wading into the sea, taking cover and then heading back up a ramp onto land, players will be able to dash along the surface of the water.

Big Spaz notes that the only ways to get out of the glitch are to kill yourself or have someone else hit you out of the water. And there's no word on whether this works in the single-player story mode as well as in GTA Online.

Grand Theft Auto 5 was released last September on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is scheduled to be released this fall on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

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