If you’re like me, then you just can’t wait for info on Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. The developers are taking a lot of time to perfect their creation, so there’s understandably not much to talk about. However, a new Twitter account called EpsilonismToday has started up today. If you played Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, you’ll remember that an Epsilon Program would be mentioned on the game’s radio stations and by certain characters.
Going onto http://www.epsilonprogram.com/, the site that the Twitter account has in its description, leads you to a freaky place that’ll probably remind you of one of the many websites you could go onto in Grand Theft Auto IV. You’ll see testimonials, fake facts, fake addresses, the usual Rockstar stuff.
This isn’t the first time that developers have made Twitter accounts for the purpose of promoting a game. The people behind Borderlands and The Secret Armory of General Knoxx (DLC for the game) created an account for Knoxx himself. Who knows? Maybe the Epsilon Program will provide us with clues on what to expect in GTA V. It wouldn’t hurt to follow the account in any case.