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Game Informer Reveals GTA V Facts

Posted by GG Goblin On November - 9 - 2012

The December issue of Game Informer is out now for digital subscribers, with the more traditional paper version hitting the stores soon, and it contains a hefty chunk of new Grand Theft Auto V information.

Keep your eye on the stores for the paper version of the magazine, or head here and grab a digital copy to find out exactly what has been revealed about Rockstar’s next game. Here are some of the big details that Kotaku have managed to pull from this latest issue -


- According to Rockstar, Grand Theft Auto V’s Los Santos is bigger than Red Dead Redemption, San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto IV combined. Yep. There’s wilderness, a military base, and even an ocean floor to explore underwater.

- You can switch between the game’s three main protagonists at “nearly any time.”

- Those three protagonists, by the way, are named Michael, Trevor, and Franklin. Michael is a retired bank robber who gets sucked back into crime; Trevor is a career criminal and drug addict; Franklin is a 20-something street hustler.

- Sometimes they’ll work together on missions, during which you can switch back and forth from character to character depending on which part of a given mission you feel like doing.

- Each character has his own personality, skill set, and group of friends to interact with. And the ones you’re not controlling will go off and do their own thing.

- This is the same world as Grand Theft Auto IV and Liberty City, so you might see some recurring characters from those games (just not the major ones, like Niko Bellic). But. Rockstar says this is the “high-definition” world of Grand Theft Auto, so don’t expect to see anyone from the PS2-era titles.

- Remember those randomized dynamic missions in Red Dead Redemption? They’re back for GTAV: expect hitchhikers, muggers, and dead bodies, among others.

- Yes friendships. No romance.

- Rockstar says there will be an economy, but you won’t be able to buy properties. There will be “loads of other stuff.”

Make sure that you grab the magazine for more details and watch out for Grand Theft Auto V when it launches next Spring on Xbox360 and PS3.


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