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For the myth in GTA Vice City, see Bermuda Triangle (GTA Vice City).
For the myth in GTA SA, see Bermuda Triangle (GTA SA).

The Bermuda Triangle is a proven myth in Grand Theft Auto V. It acts as a world boundary for the game's map.


In GTA V and GTA Online, flying too far away from San Andreas will cause a plane's engines to explode before crashing in the ocean. Other occurences can include the planes engines failing, or one of the plane's wings being sheared from the aircraft. If the player survives the crash, they will more then likely be attacked by a shark. Players say that this proves the "Bermuda Triangle" myth seen in previous games.

The explanation would be simply that the "Bermuda Triangle" effect exists as an invisible barrier to prevent the player from going too far out to sea. Unlike previous GTA titles, the ocean floor in GTA V is not randomized and therefore the game prohibits the player from flying across infinite ocean.