Michael Myers, based off the serial killer in the Halloween movie franchise, is an unlikely myth in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and a possible Easter egg in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Michael's existence in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is very similar to that of Jason. Both of them are serial killers. Like Jason, Michael can also be found at the Shady Cabin. Michael is found in his blue jumpsuit and his iconic mask. He has a large quantity of health, so it is not usual to have to cheat to defeat him.
Grand Theft Auto IV
Sometimes, when listening to the radio, player can hear a news report that a baby killed his entire family. This is a reference to Myers, since he did the same thing when he was 6 years old.
Grand Theft Auto V
The mission Dead Man Walking is similar to the ending of Halloween: Resurrection. In Resurrection, Michael Myers' body is taken to the morgue. As the pathologist begins to examine the body, Myers' eyes open and the scene cuts to black. In Dead Man Walking, Michael De Santa is sent to the morgue. In order to continue the mission, Michael must wake up. This mission also is similar to the opening scene of Rob Zombie's Halloween II, since both Myers and Michael go on a killing spree in a hospital. Also, The Navy Boiler Suit has a striking resemblance to the blue jumpsuit that Michael wears in the original series.
Michael may have a connection with the Mount Chiliad Mystery. While climbing Mount Chiliad, there is a face on a rock that looks exactly like Michael's mask.
- In GTA Online, There's a mini-game nicknamed Michael Myers, in which one player has a baseball bat and must kill all the other players, who are hiding from that player. It is based off the custom game mode of the same name, which appears in the Call of Duty series.