GTA V: How to Crouch
GTA V will take you on quite a journey throughout the story of Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. You’ll do plenty of sneaking around trying to complete various missions. To that end, you’ll need to know how to sta quiet.Here’s how to crouch in GTA V.
How to Crouch in GTA V
In GTA V you’ll need to stealth around to avoid arousing suspicion from enemies during certain sections of the game. It would make sense for the game to have a dedicated crouch button, but alas GTA V does not.
If you want to enter a low profile mode you can click in the left stick on the controller which will make your character more stealthy but isn’t a true crouch per se.
This is the best you’ll get in the world of GTA V so use it to your advantage. There is still a cover system in place for when things inevitably go awry and you’re forced to shoot your way out.
This low profile mode will essentially work the same way as a crouch button by making you less noisy and suspicious to guards on the lookout. However, it will not provide you any sort of cover advantage like crouching would in most games.
Once you’ve successfully completed a mission via stealth or other means just pop back into the low profile mode and walk away like you did nothing wrong in true GTA fashion.
This of course is also useful outside of missions if you’re trying to avoid police. At some point, everyone racks up that five star wanted level and needs to lay low.
When hiding from the police it couldn’t hurt to pop into that low profile mode while hopping fences through people’s backyards or hiding in a bush.
Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to crouch in GTA V. for more tips, tricks, and guides be sure to check out Twinfinite.
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