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Ms. Baker informs the protagonist of a car waiting for the player around the back of the casino. She hints that there is a body in the trunk and that they need to get rid of it at a discreet location, albeit she does so by negating every sentence.
The player is tasked with entering a vehicle parked near the Casino. This can either be a Baller, Emperor, Landstalker, or Tornado. Once it is entered, it must be driven to one of four possible locations – depending on which vehicle is given for the mission. On the way to the destination, police have stationary patrols set up; these are located in areas through which the player is expected to drive, and they must be avoided. If the player enters their cone of vision, the player will be forced to stop and is busted, and the mission is failed. Police outside of the stationary patrols have to be avoided as well, as they can also lead to mission failure if the player is within their range.
The Baller has to be driven to Rogers Salvage & Scrap; after arriving at the marker, the screen will fade to black and the player will spawn on a nearby street, with the mission being completed. The Emperor has to be driven to Lago Zancudo and then torched, for which a Jerry Can is provided at the start of the mission. The Landstalker has to be driven to Banning, where it must be driven into the sea in order to destroy the evidence. The Tornado needs to be driven to the Altruist Camp, after which the player has to leave the area.
Once the vehicle is disposed of, the mission ends and Agatha will call the player to thank them for their help.
Possible Drop-Off Locations
Examples of Police Patrols
- The Room 237 that Agatha Baker mentioned may be a reference to the 1980 film, The Shining.
- If the car is damaged enough, the trunk door will pop open and reveal the body.