A couple days ago Rockstar Games detailed plans for bringing Grand Theft Auto V to PC and the latest consoles. An improved version of the mega-hit is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 18, with the PC edition to follow on January 27, 2015. Hit the jump for a trailer.
Modders come up with all manner of ways to enhance a game, from the necessary to the ridiculous, and Grand Theft Auto V is no exception. One of the more recent mods lets players take control of animals, from a scurrying pig to a car-jacking chimpanzee and more. Video after the jump.
After showing Grand Theft Auto V in action a few times, Rockstar is moving on to some of the in-game features, like samples of the world's ads and TV programs. You can see some of them in the clip after the jump, including the dynamic Kung Fu Rainbow Lazer Force, a sentai-style team that teaches the kiddos that sex is bad.
We got our healthiest dose of Grand Theft Auto V when the gameplay was fully detailed back in July, followed by a look at Grand Theft Auto Online. Now that we're less than a month away from its arrival, Rockstar cooked up a launch trailer to keep things rolling. Check it out after the jump.
As promised after the first official gameplay trailer, Rockstar debuted Grand Theft Auto V's expansive multiplayer options. GTA Online is set to launch with a content creator and much more on October 1, and you can get the lowdown on the action to come after the jump.
If previous cinematic trailers had you pining for more details on how Grand Theft Auto V actually plays, Rockstar has you covered. The new gameplay trailer offers nearly five minutes of details on the open-world action game, so hit the jump to see it in action.
When Grand Theft Auto V hits Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 17, it will naturally be available in a couple of pricier, more alluring forms. Available for pre-order now, you'll be able to choose between a $79.99 special edition and a $149.99 collector's edition with a load of goodies. More after the jump.
Rockstar is back with a longer peek at Grand Theft Auto V. This time we get a little better acquainted with the game's trio of leads, Michael, Franklin, and Trevor. Check out the trailer, which is split into three smaller, character specific promos, after the jump.
We've got some good news and some bad news for Grand Theft Auto fans. First, the bad: Grand Theft Auto V has been delayed. However, now it at least has an official date! GTAV will launch on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 17. Read on for more.
An entry in the Machinima Interactive Film Festival took the time to imagine a world in which the Grand Theft Auto V trailer came fully bricked out in LEGO form. See the results after the jump.
You gotta give it to Rockstar, they sure know how to put together a trailer. The second preview of Grand Theft Auto V officially made its debut today, offering a better look at the three protagonists we'll be able to jump between when the game hits shelves next spring. Check it out after the jump.
Rockstar has been pretty quiet when it comes to divulging details on its next GTA game, Grand Theft Auto V, but an upcoming issue of Game Informer is set to blow the lid off with an 18-page feature. In advance of that, take a look at the game's three protagonists after the jump!