The cool thing about playing in online communities is that you meet some really great people. This is particularly true with Grand Theft Auto Online, as it's easy to form a crew and click with them once you complete several missions within the game.
Kotaku recently reported on such a crew, known as the Hillbilly Agenda, who actually act more as a family than a gaming clan getting stuff in the game. And they're actually so close, the leader of the crew goes out of his way to meet others in person in real life, provided they're loyal to said crew.
The crew actually consists of 30 players who mostly reside in the Tennessee area, and they're looking for others to join them as they make their way across the game. While it hasn't been established for long, it's made up of members that look after one another.
A group called NoClip recently covered the adventures of the leader in a documentary series, who calls himself KnoxNerd, as he travels across the globe to meet these members in person and award them with gifts for being so loyal to the crew. As you can see in the picture above, these consist of fake vanity plates, similar to the ones featured in the game.
So how does KnoxNerd do this? With his own personal plane. He goes by the name of Warren Scott, and he's actually shown quite a bit of devotion to his team, taking over 13 trips out of state and delivering over 30 license plates in all. You can watch the video below and see what this journey is all about, courtesy of NoClip's YouTube channel.
Now, how does KnoxNerd know who his most loyal players are? Through stat tracking, according to the Kotaku piece. He's able to see just how many hours players log in to Grand Theft Auto Online, as well as their rank and money earned. "Also, I'm a nerd," he noted.
It's definitely a great way to reward community within the game, and leaves you wondering just where Hillbilly Agenda will strike next. We're eager to see where they go from here.