Junior detective Chris Cone responds to a fight call in a remote north part of Los Santos on a slow Saturday night. He’s been dispatched to dozens of fight calls before, and typically they turn out to be nonevents — nobody is present, or it’s just an accident that gets quickly resolved. He rides with his fiancée, paramedic Renee Loire. It’s nice to have some company on the drive, he says, and if someone is hurt, Loire will be there to patch them up. Cone pulls his car up to the ping on the map, and is immediately met with a hail of gunfire that rips into the vehicle. He’s down. The last thing he sees is his fiancée, running for her life — before she is gunned down as well. The ambush was set by The Condemned, the largest motorcycle gang in the city. Cone knows who killed him, but can’t act. Doing so would break the roleplay, which is a bannable offense. The attack leaves him angry and confused. “Why?” he says on his Twitch stream. He’s one of the few players who uses their real name in the game. “I just don’t get why The Condemned would… Read full this story
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