New Grand Theft Auto V screenshots show more vehicles

Grand Theft Auto V is still largely a mystery in terms of its content. We do know that the next game in the hugely successful open world action game series will take place in the fictional California city of Los Santos (based on the real Los Angeles) but aside from a brief trailer and a few more screenshots, publisher Rockstar Games has kept news about GTA V down to a minimal.

Today, the official Rockstar Games website posted up three new, if a little blurry, screenshots of GTA V. One of them features a bicycle, while another has a sports car (with a "San Andreas" license sticker). The final screenshot shows, well, a fighter jet. Yes, it looks like you will be able to do your best impression of Tom Cruise in the game (hopefully without "Goose" dying).

Rockstar Games claims that will be "more to come" later this week on the GTA V front. Hopefully this means some actual info about the game, or perhaps a new trailer. It's been close to a year since Rockstar has released the first gameplay trailer for Grand Theft Auto V and we are certainly overdue for a big media and/or info dump in some form.

Source: Rockstar Games website | Image via Rockstar Games

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Call me old fashioned, but I hope GTA V has a Multiplayer component to it. The original GTA games (GTA, GTA London, and GTA 2) had Multiplayer. None of the "3D" GTA games have supported multiplayer officially.

Michael Anderson said,

None of the "3D" GTA games have supported multiplayer officially.

What?!? At the very least, Grand Theft Auto IV has always had multiplayer options. In fact,
there's an Official GTA IV Multiplayer Event happening on XBox LIVE next Thursday (30th)
hosted by Rockstar Games Social Club, as currently posted on

Glassed Silver said,
I hope you can fly planes again. The excuse why they excluded it in IV was ridiculous.

I enjoy flying in SA, still the best 3D GTA imho.


Did you even look at the screen shots? Do you not see a plane?; and the passenger is clearly the character from the trailer whom has all but been confirmed as the main character...

I haven't heard any official excuse about why planes were not in GTA4, but I don't see what use they would have been; it was a large city with one airport. I'd also bet that it was partly due to technical restrictions.

“The city was simply too small for effective and enjoyable flying,” says the publisher when asked why planes weren't in GTA IV.

“It was the first time we made a high definition open world, and it was a massive amount of work to make something on that scale - we simply could not make an environment big enough for planes to work properly.”

“Fear not, they are returning in what is our biggest open world game to date.”


Hope the cheats are still there. I know it makes things easy, but GTA is surely fun with those cheats. Tank. Helicopter. Jet.