Rockstar Comes Up with New GTA V

Rockstar Comes Up with New GTA V

Gamers! Get refreshed with the reckless-driving skills once again as with the arrival of spring 2013 would come a worldwide release period for the new Grand Theft Auto V developed by Rockstar Games, a recent report has uncovered.

The announcement was made Tuesday. However, many details have not been provided by Rockstar, it has been promised by it to do the same on November 5. The same day would mark pre-order for the game all over the world. It is being said that the GTA V is for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

As per the findings, the group has not even revealed anything about the PC version of the game. And it has just ended up saying that currently, it is busy in Xbox 360 and PS3 versions. The group had previously teased curious gamers with screenshots from GTA V.

Rockstar is affirming that the new game would be the largest as well as the most ambitious title till date in the series. However, a launch date has not been specified. It has been told that the GTA occurs in a present-day Southern California, which has been set in Los Santos, extending miles beyond from mountain tops to the ocean depths.

"'Grand Theft Auto V' builds on everything we've learned about open-world game design", said founder Sam Houser.


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