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What Is GTA 5 RP NoPixel Server?

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GTA 5 is a game where you can do pretty much anything, thanks to the wonder that is GTA Online, which has players create their own characters and going on their own chaotic criminal adventures, whether it be robbing banks, racing with other players, buying properties, or just attempting to go on a murder spree.

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However, that isn’t always fulfilling behavior for gamers, which is why the GTA 5 RP NoPixel server was made, giving fans a unique experience from regular GTA 5 or GTA Online since it requires them to partake in certain roles and not just having a good time by shooting random citizens or crashing cars, which is what we’re used to in this game.

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What Is GTA 5 RP NoPixel Server?

Sometime in 2019, GTA RP, short for roleplay, became huge because it required players to take roles in the game, whether it be a leader of a gang or just a random citizen, they have to play these roles seriously.

NoPixel is the server where GTA RP is at its best and most strict but it’s not easy to get into as players have to sign an application form and hope that they’re one of the 32 players playing that day, with many others being stuck in the queue for a while.

Microphones are also required so that players can truly live out their roles.

There’s a fairly large set of rules players have to follow, which can be seen here, and if they aren’t followed you might get suspended or even banned from playing in the GTA RP NoPixel server.

Basically, if you’re planning to play GTA in your usual way, this might not be the server for you.

GTA 5 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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