Developer Rockstar Games is currently giving gamers the chance to appear in its forthcoming open-world action-adventure Grand Theft Auto V as one of five Epsilon Program members.
The Epsilon Program first appeared in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, a scam intended to gain funds by brainwashing its followers into paying large sums of money – parodying real-life cults of the late 20th century. Last week, the twelve goals of Epsilonism were teased as a viral marketing stunt for GTA V, however the group’s specific involvement in September’s game has yet to be clarified.
To participate in Rockstar’s online casting call, all you need to do is submit your name, your email address and a photograph of your face via the ‘Enlightenment Seminar’ application form on Rockstar’s official website between now and May 27th. If your chiselled jaw, high cheekbones and beautiful baby blues make the cut, they’ll find their way onto the face of a character belonging to the fictitious religious cult.
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