Thursday, 3 November 2011
What we can expect of Grand Theft Auto V
The past few days were all hype and craze as the highly-acclaimed Rockstar Games unveiled a single logo on its site. Yes, one single logo of Grand Theft Auto V and various hashtags like #GTAV and #GrandTheftAutoMemories went trending almost immediately. That's basically how awesome the series is, and how we can't deny it at all - Grand Theft Auto is like a legend.
And now, with its trailer recently unveiled, its almost certain that the hype will continue. So, after watching the video, what can we expect?
|the creatively crafted version of Hollywood|
Grand Theft Auto V will be strategically located in San Andreas again. Well, I'm sure you have noticed that, or heard about it by now. But what will this mean to all of us? First of all, it's gonna be big, really big. The platform to roam around might be endlessly reachable, and the vast city should cater for many side quests, mini-games and awesome tryouts. Adding to it, we might also be able to check out some new stuff like mountain climbing, hiking, or even mountain biking! That's what I'm hoping for at least according to the scene below.
Besides the ground, the soil and the mountains, roaming the skies might (read: will) also be possible. I'm sure you will have by now realised the numerous occurrence of jets, airplanes, and really-cool fighter jets whizzing by. In GTA IV, we didn't had the chance to fly anything and that's basically because the map was not big enough; but with the classic San Andreas back again, I would be really surprised if we didn't get the chance to do so.
Grand Theft Auto V Might Be Releasing in June 2012