MrBeast fans want IRL GTA missions video after GTA 6 trailer breaks his YouTube record
MrBeast fans want him to make a video inspired by Grand Theft Auto missions in real life after the GTA 6 trailer smashed his YouTube record.
MrBeast is by far one of the biggest content creators in the world, amassing over 216 million subscribers to date. For years, the 25-year-old has continuously broken records on YouTube, where it’s fair to say he’s mastered the art of making a viral video.
The YouTube star set the record for the most views on a non-music YouTube video in its first 24 hours. However, after years of waiting, the long-anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer has shattered this record.
Nevertheless, fans are calling on the YouTuber to create a video inspired by the Grand Theft Auto franchise with “missions in real life.”
MrBeast fans want GTA in “real life” video
In a post on Twitter/X on December 5, MrBeast made note of how the GTA 6 trailer broke his record. In the replies, his fans began suggesting that the 25-year-old should attempt to take it back with a video re-enacting the popular video game.
“Now you gotta create a GTA mission-style video,” one replied. “Now you gotta do a GTA in real life video and beat that record,” another wrote.
“Time to re-enact it shot-for-shot in real life,” said fellow YouTuber Marques Brownlee.
Others suggested that the YouTuber should do a challenge where he’s “trapped” inside Grand Theft Auto for seven days, similar to his other videos such as being buried alive for a week.
“Just means you have to do your own trapped in GTA6 trailer for 7 days challenge,” they said.
Fans have been eagerly awaiting news on Grand Theft Auto 6 ever since its predecessor GTA 5 was released over a decade ago in 2013, so it’s no surprise the video has broken the record.