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Grand Theft Auto 5 Revisits The Epsilon Program

Grand Theft Auto 5The Epsilon Program may be in the middle of a resurgence for the debut of Grand Theft Auto 5. Rockstar released an interesting blog post teasing at this fictional religious group’s involvement in the game.

The creators of the Grand Theft Auto series go to great lengths to build an entire world. They go to painstaking lengths to record real DJ’s for between songs on the radio. In GTA: San Andreas, they even went so far as to create their own religion. The Epsilon Program is a shameless satire of Scientology and from the looks of a recent resurgence of internet presence, the cult may be making an appearance in Grand Theft Auto 5.

Rockstar released a cryptic blog post along with a very interesting flash animation highlighting some of the commandments of Epsilonism. If you’re curious about Grand Theft Auto 5, then check out their blog to see what is going on.

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