Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) Trailer goes live, looks stunning
The creators of the GTA series, Rockstar Games, are some sleep deprived twisted geniuses. Year after year, game after game, they keep banging out hit games. And if the latest trailer is any indication, then their latest game is going to be their greatest achievement and creation yet. And yes, it’s got us drooling for Grand Theft Auto V.
The trailer is jam packed with dialogue, characters, and it does drop some hints as to the storyline in which we see the city of Los Santos (a loose base on Los Angeles) and what seems like a 3 Character Story (Michael, Trevor, and Franklin), as opposed to the normal one player game. That’s a first for the GTA series, and Rockstar say each of the characters will have different skills and assets and work together to pull off a series of ‘heists’. Count us extremely intrigued and excited, especially when the graphics involved look phenomenal for a game this size. How big will this game be? Effectively 5 times the size of Red Dead Redemption. Holy…
Michael - Michael is a veteran bank robber, an expert, with the kind of knowledge that only comes from years as a successful career criminal. He’s now retired, living comfortably in an unofficial sort of witness protection program.
Trevor - Trevor’s a career criminal and extremely volatile individual, prone to destructive outbursts and violent rampages. He’s easily the most psychopathic criminal to ever share the lead in a Grand Theft Auto game, but he’s not without some charm. Trevor is also ex-military and an experienced pilot.
Franklin - Franklin works as a repo man for an Armenian luxury car dealership that runs scams on ambitious young hotshots with new money, selling them expensive cars they can’t afford. When they can’t make their payments but want to keep their cars, and it’s Franklin’s job to get them back. Franklin lives in South Los Santos.
Interested? Watch the trailer below to find out more about the game and how amazing it looks! The game is slated for a Spring 2013 release in the USA.