Rockstar has released a bunch of new screenshots showing the upcoming version of GTA V for Xbox One and PS4 - and among them are images showing a new first-person perspective for the game.
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If the preview of GTA V on the PlayStation 4 didn't impress you, a group of fans has dialled the realism up to max, in a real-world scene-for-scene remake of the original GTA V trailer, set in Madrid.
Rockstar announced that GTA V is coming to new-generation consoles later this year, and a video comparing the upcoming PS4 version alongside that of the PS3 shows how much better it will look.
During an earnings call this week, an NVIDIA director revealed that GTA V will launch on the PC "this fall", hinting at a launch soon after the Sep 17 availability date of the PS3 / Xbox 360 versions.
Rockstar has released a bunch of new screenshots showing more of what to expect from GTA V, the long-awaited next instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series, ahead of its launch in September.
The wait for Grand Theft Auto V just got a little bit longer. Rockstar has finally announced a launch date for GTAV, but admitted that it will be four months later than originally planned.
Rockstar confirms that GTA V will launch on Xbox and PS3 next Spring, with pre-orders for the eagerly awaited game opening next week. But there's no plans yet, it seems, for a PC version.
Rockstar has revealed another wave of screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, focused around the themes of "Leisure" and "Business" - but there's still no indication of when the new title will launch.
The first official trailer for GTA V has been unveiled by Rockstar. It's set in the fictional California city of Los Santos, and looks set to build on everything that made GTA IV such a hit.