Ned Luke, who played Micheal in GTA V, is currently in Hospital after testing positive with Coronavirus. The actor urges people to wear masks, calls the disease “unpleasant.”
Fortunately, the coronavirus vaccines have started to roll out in few countries, but the risk of getting Covid is still higher. Ned Luke, a prominent voice artist in Grand Theft Auto V, had to get hospitalized last Saturday for pneumonia complications triggered by COVID-19.
Upon confirming the reports to the media, he added that he was admitted to Emory John’s Creek hospital with Covid Pneumonia. He said this experience isn’t pleasant at all. He says he will be coming back stronger and wishes to recover soon.
He thanked his supports for love and care they have given him. He says their support helps him get through this tough phase of his life, and he says the covid is currently under control.
From December 2019 till now, the virus has claimed the lives of more than 2 million people worldwide, including some famous names. To name a few in the gaming field, Jarod Lee Nandin, who used to play the Uncle from South Park, also lost his life to the deadly virus in recent days.
Grand Theft Auto was debuted in 2013, and the game has seen an incredible rise in popularity and gaming experts says the game is a goldmine for the rockstar studios. The game is ranked as the game of the decade, having more active players online on their GTA V RP servers, and even in 2021, the game sees a high number of viewership on twitch since its release.
Rockstar also confirms working on GTA 6, but the Grand Theft Auto enthusiasts are still awaiting the first glimpse of the forthcoming game, which will soon break all the records of the previous blockbuster games in the future.