Grand Theft Auto V Set to Light Up Consoles Next Week, New Screen Shots
In anticipation of the upcoming launch, developer Rockstar Games released a bunch of new screenshots. Since the game was announced last year, Rockstar Games has been trickling out teasers in the form of screenshots, trailers, and blog posts. The strategy built up tremendous hype for the title, though a recent leak of some key game assets was a bit of a buzz kill for Rockstar Games.
Nevertheless, expect long lines at places like GameStop, Best Buy, and Walmart that are conducting midnight launches of the game, at least for those who opted for a physical copy of GTA V. And if you're a business owner, don't be surprised if there's a supposed flu bug going around on Tuesday as employees call in "sick."
GTA V features open-world game play in and around the fictional city of Los Santos (think Los Angeles). You'll be able to cycle through various professional criminals, each with their own story to weave through. There's also a new multiplayer option in the form of GTA Online.
Unfortunately, there's still no word on when GTA V will be available for PC.