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Rockstar Unleashes Grand Theft Auto V Gameplay Trailer

Grand Theft Auto V can't come out soon enough, and events like today's release of a new gameplay trailer for the title only make it more alluring.

The trailer takes you through the character switching mechanic, highlights the world, gives you a look at one of the game's heists, and what you can do with that cash to customize your characters.

For more on the game, take a look at these latest screens, the previous trio of trailers each featuring the GTA V's three main characters, and click on our cover story hub link below the video. Also be sure to check out Q&As on customization in the game as well as gunplay.

Grand Theft Auto V comes out for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 17. Grand Theft Auto Online will release two weeks later, on Oct. 1, and will be accessible at no additional charge with every retail copy of Grand Theft Auto V.

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  • I just peed a little!!!
  • Please Rockstar, don't leave next gen and PC behind.
  • I'm in love...
  • HOLY GOD!!!

  • Didn't find it that interesting. I hope the multiplayer video can convince me
  • Game Of The Year....Enough Said. This Game Is Simply Beautiful In Every Corner
  • Holy hell that rappelling scene was awesome! Only a few more months...

  • I love it. Gonna try and get the $80 edition for the steelbook. Man I love me some steelbooks.
  • video player aint loading for me.. it just keeps stalling :(
  • Woohoo!! Internet is back!!!
  • September can't come fast enough.

  • *fap fap fap fap fap* !!

  • Sexy. That is all.

  • jaw. on. the. floor.
  • Watched it over 10 times
  • Sure, they're handling a lot...but the only new thing I see is switching between 3 protag's...idk, I just don't think it's for me.
  • looks pretty darn good. I like some of the little touches, like being able to invest, upgraded combat, and the weapon wheel. The character switching also seems pretty cool too, but I want to see more of how it works outside of heist missions. its purpose in the heists is clear, but what's gonna encourage me to switch outside of those missions?

    Still, I'm not jumping on the bandwagon just yet. I was extremely excited for GTAIV, and it was the most disappointing entry in the series imo. It lacked a certain charm I've come to expect from GTA. I'll definitely be giving this game a shot, but I'm not willing to go crazy over it yet.
  • I pissed my pants and forgot where and who i was for a bit.
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