Twitch streamer Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar may have reached his limit with Grand Theft Auto V roleplay. Summit1g has been streaming GTA RP for the past two months on his channel but during a recent stream expressed that he “didn’t feel like doing anything” and quit out of the game with little warning.
The popular streamer has over 3.8 million followers on Twitch, a huge following which grew significantly when he started streaming Sea of Thieves earlier this year. Summit1g has previously decided to stop playing the pirate sandbox and now it seems that GTA RP could also be dropped from his schedule.
In the stream, Summit1g made it seem as though he was burnt out from playing GTA RP. “How do I explain this feeling? I don’t feel like doing anything today on [GTA] RP.” Summit1g said during his stream. “Not even a heist right now, no. Not in the mood for a heist either. I’m debating with myself.” After several moments of deliberating, Summit1g exited the game and switched to playing survival game Miscreated instead.
Grand Theft Auto V roleplay is a mod for the base game where players have access to an online roleplay server. The mod allows players to spawn as a random character, from an innocent civilian to the leader of a gang, and they have to act out that persona.
Grand Theft Auto V roleplay is a mod for the base game where players have access to an online roleplay server. The mod allows players to spawn as a random character, from an innocent civilian to the leader of a gang. The server requires them to act out that persona which has resulted in the mods popularity, although there has been some backfire like players being mean to the police when role playing.
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GTA V roleplay has recently proven so popular with Twitch streamers that well-known servers have been forced to stop accepting new applications. It’s unclear if Summit1g is quitting the game for good, but after playing exclusively GTA RP since March he seems to have taken a break.