Jaryd 'Summit1g' Lazar was forced to quit Grand Theft Auto RP during his May 16 livestream after becoming frustrated with the police, but he's not entirely done with the game just yet. There's one more thing he wants to check off on his virtual bucket list.
The popular Twitch streamer, who averages between 30 to 40 thousand viewers while streaming the popular GTA online mod, decided to switch the game for CS:GO again during the broadcast, after having his house raided and chased by the cops.
After exiting the server, a flood of questions came in from viewers, all concerned about his immediate future on the game. However, it seems as if he's not done altogether, as there's something that he would like to do first.
The streamer, who has been dabbling with other games such as Mordhau and Miscreated of late, might well have confirmed his incoming departure on stream, but it seems he wants to go out with a bang when he does eventually sail into the sunset.
"I'll be honest man, I think I've been taking it pretty chill. I don't understand how I'm on anyone's radar, you know" Summit1g said after quitting out of the game, appearing to be burnt out from police chases. "Getting raided was like fuck, now the cops are on me it's like fuck... I have to shoot somebody before my departure though, for sure."
It wouldn't be the first time that Summit has turned his back on the world of roleplaying GTA, either, as he first quit the game on April 24 after becoming "bored" playing it. After making his return, seemingly with some unfinished business, on May 9, he revealed that not winning races was one of the main turn-offs for him at the time.
Now, with the police on his tail and constantly looking over his shoulder for the cops, he said he will "never get caught" and "doesn't feel like dealing with it" at the moment.
Whether or not Summit has a specific player in mind or not when he was referring to shooting somebody before leaving GTA RP for good is unknown, but plotting to take out a character could set up a grandstand finish for him streaming the game.