Yes, good ol’ Billy uses a trailer attached to the front of a MTL Packer cab to form a ramp that can shoot cars into the air like they’re being spit out of skeet trap. The commute from the boonies turned into a highway to the danger zone for a bunch of unfortunate NPCs.
The entire multiwheeled cast of Maximum Overdrive wishes it had half the destructive power of the first ramp, made of a simple trailer. And Optimus Prime can eat his servos out. But it gets worse — and that means it gets funnier. So much funnier.
BlackSmoke Billy didn’t stop there, he went bigger, and bigger still. This is GTA V, after all. His ramp to automobile heaven grew by degrees. Finally, he ends with something that looks like the side of a canal on the front of his truck. Its swath of destruction covers the entirety of a six-lane highway.
The final massive wall-ramp’s menace is reminiscent of Duel, Spielberg’s first movie. Joy Ride, with its soft newness can’t imagine the sinister looming horror that is the Omega Ramp truck. Good thing this wasn’t online mode. Watch the video, imagine this bearing down on you as you play online, and feel the inevitability of death. And the final, somehow logical touch in an illogical world; Trevor is the driver. He’d make a perfect Rusty Nail.
Stand in awe of the Omega Ramp, and pay it homage. Cue the comment puns; Billy deserves it. His rampage is the kind of thing that makes people want to play GTA V again, or at least makes people hurt themselves laughing. He reached out on YouTube to thank everyone for the compliments, saying he’ll post another crazy video soon. One viewer request we’d like to second: let’s pit this Omega Ramp truck against a train. That would really ramp it up.