The lights are on
Rockstar has given us all a little Friday treat with the release of four new Grand Theft Auto V screens. Franklin and Trevor are up to no good, which doesn't come as much of a surprise.
There are plenty of little details to soak in, from the way the member of the SWAT team has positioned himself on the Sheriff's SUV to how sunlight filters through the murky waters off the Los Santos shores. Franklin appears in two of the screens, getting ready to escape the police on a dirtbike in one shot and breaking into a muscle car in another. We join loose cannon Trevor in the middle of a highway chase. Perhaps that canary-yellow car wasn't the best choice for keeping a low profile. We can't tell who's in the wetsuit, but it does look as though there's some wreckage to explore in the bottom-left corner of the shot.
Grand Theft Auto V adds a gameplay twist in that the story is told through the perspectives of three characters. Each brings his own skillset to missions, which is handy in some of the large-scale heists. Players can swap between each character on the fly, depending on the situation. We've broken down how it works in our in-depth preview, so be sure to check it out.
Look for Grand Theft Auto V on Sept. 17 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
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Everything about this game screams: "BUY. ME." And guess what? I'm buying it.
I hear Bioshock: Infinite is great but I don't know if anything will be able to top GTAV for GOTY. I want you in my hands right nowwwww!
The graphics look great. Still not into sandbox games any more. Looks good though.
Jesus..every time i calm down and focus...another batch of screenies pop up...anyone know if there will be a deluxe version with some swag? Totally buying no matter what the cost...i must...don't judge me @@
Man I cant wait to explore de country side in this game.. each time R* releases something new about this game I hate/love them. having new stuff is always exciting but it also makes for an even more painful wait