- "Leave a present to your friends with these motion sensor landmines. Short delay after activation."
- — In-game description, GTA V
- "Once armed, the mine will detect any nearby movement and explode. Safety notice: once set, never go back to check it."
- — Description in Chinatown Wars.
The CW version resembles more of a Land Mine, due to the rounded shape, but much smaller. It acts much like the 3D Universe's Remote Grenade and Satchel Charges, but in an instant action rather than being activated by the player.
The same weapon reappears in GTA V and GTA Online. The weapon now resembles a much traditional rectangle-shaped explosive, similar to the actual Sticky Bombs and marked as "01/B". When placed, any pedestrian or vehicle, including the player, will activate the proximity mine, beeping very fast and exploding onto them. Unlike the Sticky Bomb, the Proximity Mine seems to be almost "invisible" due to the lack of a light that will indicate its place.
When placed onto a vehicle driven by an NPC or another player, it will take 1-2 seconds to activate and explode. However, if the same is placed onto an inactive vehicle, it will not explode, being perfect to catch an unaware enemy that will take that vehicle.
The only flaw is that the player can only carry 5 mines at once, which means that one will use these explosives wisely. Despite this, it is very useful for GTA Race where the lead player would carefully place a Mine on a road layout for unsuspecting players to inadvertently drive over them and explode in the process which can give the lead player's advantage and widen the gap.
GTA Chinatown Wars
- Available in Ammu-Nation after the Fully-Cocked Upgrade is purchase.
- In story mode, it becomes available in all three protagonists' weapon inventory after the Festive Surprise update is installed. (Original version only)
- In story mode, it is available in Ammu-Nation after Friends Reunited is completed in the campaign. (Enhanced version only)
- Available at Ammu-Nation for $1000.
- Proximity Mines do not disappear even if the player goes far away or is killed.
- Vehicle Mines in Grand Theft Auto 2.
- Land Mines, a cut weapon in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.
- Car Bomb, a similar weapon featured in several GTA games that also can be used to detonate cars.
- Sticky Bomb, a similar weapon featured in The Ballad of Gay Tony and Grand Theft Auto V that can be used similarly to Proximity Mines.