InterGlobal Studios is a film/television studio and a famous myth location featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, located on Prawn Island. It is accessible after its purchase. It is associated with several retro myths. It is also home to a City Model
Link with Myths
InterGlobal Studios located in Vice City, possess numerous inexplicable facts, interlinking or referencing some existent life myths. Spitz is signed as a z-list movie director.
The alleged Conspiracy Theory film set was one of the most controversial myths in the GTA Series. It is considered to be a reference to the real life scandal of the 1969 moon landing. Over the years, people started to believe in this fact. Later, it was speculated to be the set of some feature film or science documentary. Due to the global audience reception and certain similar facts, this is considered to be an Easter Egg, inspired by the 1969 lunar landing controversy.
One of the retro myths that is situated in the InterGlobal Studios is the unspecified UFO prop. The operation of this spaceship is not revealed during the storyline. Technically, it is a flying saucer. There is a slight possibility that this UFO was/is used for some astro-documentary. This could also be a reference to Alien beings or extraterrestrial life in Vice City. Players have also speculated it to be featured in the feature film Drive. The subject of this myth is highly debated, even years after the release of the game.