Grand Theft Auto IV/Maps
Maps are available in-game by visiting the website www.whattheydonotwantyoutoknow.com at the internetcafe, TW@t.
These images show locations of all the flying rats in Liberty City. If the dot is thicker, that means there are two or more very close together. Prime example is the statue of happiness, that has a total of 4 on the statue itself and one on it's north side. Click the maps for larger versions. I apologize for the bad quality, I am trying to get better shots or make better maps by hand.
The game splits this map into two parts.
All weapons are surrounded by a orange glow.
Italics are the area and adress shown when pressing down on d-pad, ie Outlook, Tulsa St. Outlook are the area, written in white, and Tulsa St are the street written in green.
Find the hi-res version of the map here
Broker, Dukes & Bohan
1 Molotov cocktails, inside beachhouse, close to a bench
2 Pistol, west corner of the Go-cart sign (have to walk into the Go-cart track)
3 Baseball bat, Hove Beach, Crockett Ave. Against a wall, streetlevel underneat the railways. A dark place opposite of Big Bad Al's joint.
4 Baseball bat, Hove Beach, Wappinger Ave. In the middle of the allyways between Mohawk Ave & Wappinger Ave.
5 Molotov Cocktails, Firefly Projects, Cokanuk Ave. Walk around the houses here, its in between them.
6 Pistol, Outlook, Tulsa Street. Get behind the Cabaret Club, into the alleyway. Follow the stairs all the way up and walk over the house with green roof.
8 Knife, South Slopes, Hickock St. In the allyway between Hickock St & Deadwood St
20 Sub Machine Gun, Francis International Airport, Multilevel parking lot. On the top level of the parking lot opposite the terminal building.
38 Grenades, Fortside, Applejack St. In the alley.
Printer friendly version of the health map.
Printer friendly version of the armor map.
There are characters scattered throughout the city who will give you odd jobs when you walk up to them. They are not part of the main story line, but they are interesting side-missions and diversions from the main game. Plus, they usually pay cash. See this map for all the places to look:
Throughout Liberty City there are ramps and other places designed for taking air with vehicles. Most, if not all, of these will take you into a special slow-motion camera mode when you take the jump for dramatic effect. Each of these jumps is a mini-challenge. See this map for all the locations for jumps:
Printer friendly version of the jumps map.
POSSIBLE SPOILERS: At one point in the game, you will begin receiving text messages from a character named "Stevie" who will send you photos of cars he wants you to steal for him. This map shows the locations of the various cars he will have you fetch.