GTA 5: Anti-Epsilon website CultStoppers.com goes live, reveals cameo winners now missing
A new website has been launched warning upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5 players not to get sucked into the The Epsilon Program, a in-game religious cult that mocks Scientology. The viral website, Cultstoppers.com, highlights five missing people that are believed to have been "abducted by The Epsilon Program..."
It's speculated that the five people shown as missing are those who participated in Rockstar's cameo contest and are the ones who have been chosen. It's unknown how big of a role The Epsilon Program will have in GTA 5, but it looks like you'll at least be able to search for these five people throughout the Los Santos and Blaine County area.
The website also contains anti-Epsilon Program messaging which reads:
People think it's only teenage runaways, middle-aged virgins and creepy high-school loners who fall victim to cults, but it can happen to anyone. Including you or your loved ones. Someone you know could suddenly disappear for a year and come back babbling gibberish.
Most people don't realize they're in a cult until it's too late. You start off excited about some better way to live, then progress to worshipping some drug-ravaged sexagenarian psychopath, then progress to worshipping the penis of some drug-ravaged sexagenarian psychopath.
One day you're smoking weed and knitting clothes in a utopian rural community; then suddenly it's 14 years later and you're standing in the middle of a burning barn with a cup of poison in your hand screaming "WHAT HAVE I DONE?!!" at the top of your lungs while people chant outside.
Cultstoppers can help. We've been there. Stay alert for our full site launch coming soon.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is set to release on September 17 for Xbox 360 and PS3.