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nyolc8

What the **** happened?

 

If you thinking about the trees, then I think it's draw distance... maybe the screenshot made on the other console, than the trailer. Or they realized that the consoles can't handle that much tree...

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Elliot B.

If you thinking about the trees, then I think it's draw distance... maybe the screenshot made on the other console, than the trailer. Or they realized that the consoles can't handle that much tree...

Textures are also MASSIVELY different.

 

As I said on here back in May, the screenshots were most likely taken on a development PC with all the niceties (AA, high resolution textures etc.) bumped up.

 

The official gameplay trailer, however, is actual PS3 footage.

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Lamp0

yea, there was no way it was going to look like the screen shots, they are waaaay to crisp.

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TheLegendOfMart

Pre-ordered on Amazon as soon as I saw this gameplay trailer.

 

Since when do games ever look like the bullshots they release, I'm surprised that people are surprised.

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MikeChipshop

Pre-ordered on Amazon as soon as I saw this gameplay trailer.

 

Since when do games ever look like the bullshots they release, I'm surprised that people are surprised.

 

Agreed, promo shots are always going to look better than the actual gameplay but as the gameplay is moving when you see it, it'd be pretty inaccurate to screenshot it and use it as a promoshot. Comparing Apples and Oranges and all that.

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Crisp

First thing I'm going to do is run up to a Police car sat at a red, and try and pry open the door to steal it.

 

Always ends well.

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Yusuf M.

I really hope they release a PC version. Current-gen hardware sucks so much now.

 

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Grand Theft Auto V Official Website Update: Visit Los Santos & Blaine County

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In preparation for your trip to Los Santos & Blaine County this September, please enjoy this special interactive travelogue to explore an unforgettable west coast destination with limitless possibilities, for holiday or to start life anew - including:
 
* Fast Cars at Your Fingertips: If you are ready to hit the highway in a sleek sports car or go off-roading in Blaine County in an SUV, avoid pushy salesmen and select from a stunning array of vehicular options online.
 
* Thriving Economy & Commerce: Every day the stock exchange is minting millionaires who know how to play the market. Take your gains and invest in the volatile Los Santos commercial real estate market. To go big in this town, you just might need to buy a building.
 
* Affordable Healthcare: Thanks to recent legislation, if you receive something as harmless as a scratch or as serious as a bullet wound, any of our state certified medical centers will patch you up and make sure the healthy bill is picked up by taxpayers.
 
* Vehicular Customization Shops: Residents of Los Santos take great pride in their cars. They spend the majority of the day in them. When you're ready to trick out your ride, visit LS Customs, because nothing says class like neon.
 
* Shopping & Glamour: Tourists come from far and wide for the experience of Los Santos shopping. From the well-tailored jet-setter couture in the high-street shops of Rockford Hills to the disheveled and disaffected drug addict hipster vibe in Hawick, there's a wide array of fashionable retail options for you.
 
* Accessible Air Travel: A wide range of aircraft are available for your travel and aerial transport needs. Log onto ElitasTravel.com and purchase luxury aircraft from the Luxor and Shamal jetliners to high-end helicopters and more.
 
* Leadership You Can Trust: You're arriving at quite an exciting time as our area is in the midst of the current gubernatorial race with Sue Murry running against conservative challenger and famous star of screen and TV, Jock Cranley.
 
* Beaches & Watersports: Our coastal areas and beautiful lakes and rivers are a dream come true for those who crave aquatic adventure.
 
* The Great Outdoors: Hunters and adventurers can find great sporting challenges across our vast Blaine County countryside. Bring a rifle to hunt for dangerous game, hike to the peak of the majestic Mount Chiliad, or hire a plane and parachute from on high.
 
* Friendly Neighbors: The streets are alive with all kinds of characters who coordinate clothing colors and enjoy leisurely pursuits such as territory clashes and pharmaceutical commerce. Stop and chat with a member of The Epsilon Program for some enlightenment, or head to Blaine County, where they always extend a helping hand to outsiders.
 
Look for the Los Santos & Blaine County travelogue to be updated soon with more to explore including our local artisans, exciting music and entertainment, exclusive country club lifestyle, and so much more?
 
The GTAV official site has also been updated to include a selection of brand new screens and new official artwork releases featuring Michael & Franklin's heist Preparation and Trevor's acquaintance Nervous Ron in the Art & Downloads section.

 

 

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Crisp

Grand Theft Auto Online

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Skiver

Damn, you beat me too it, just finished watching.

 

This game just keeps on giving me reasons to NEED it

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Kriz

I havnt been this excited about a game since Pokemon Red :woot:

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RageOfFury

Looks awesome!

 

So GTA Online isn't part of GTAV and won't be available until October 1st, but it uses the GTAV engine and will be free with the purchase of GTAV.

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Crisp

@2:17 "Rockstar will be constantly developing new content for you to enjoy" - confirmed DLC

 

Shame player count hasn't been confirmed. If it's the same as previous, that will be disappointing.

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GTA Online to launch October 1, two weeks after GTA 5

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Grand Theft Auto Online will be delivered about two weeks after the release of Grand Theft Auto 5.

 

In a new Grand Theft Auto Online interview with CVG, Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies said GTA Online could have launched at the same time as the main game, but that the studio considers it to be "a different entity, a separate thing".

 

He explained: "It'll be GTA Online; it's not part of GTA 5. Obviously it's set in the GTA 5 engine, but it's going to grow and evolve into its own thing." Access to GTA Online will come for free with every retail copy of GTA 5.

 

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Benzies went on to discuss plans to release a comprehensive set of creator tools for GTA Online, although he said Rockstar doesn't want to overwhelm users at launch.

"Initially, you'll be able to create races and deathmatches, which are probably the simplest. And then, over time, when we feel comfortable that people are ready to get the new creators, they will be released. So it'll be a trickle, but it'll be a constant release of new creators and new content. We don't want to overdo it. It's a complex system.

"That's another reason for the two week delay between single-player and Online. We want to give people an opportunity to actually get their heads around what's happened, because even single-player is a big advancement from the old games. There's a lot of new things to learn."

GTA Online will be accessible through a fourth character on GTA 5's character Switch Wheel, which will become available after two weeks.

"When it launches, you'll have an extra character on your Switch Wheel. Instead of choosing Franklin, Michael or Trevor, you'll select your multiplayer character and you'll be sucked straight in there," Benzies explained.

GTA Online may arrive in the form of "a tiny download", he added, "but it'll just be a code. We've just got to figure out how that will work with Sony and Microsoft."

For more details. read the full Grand Theft Auto Online interview. For our impressions of the online game, read our GTA Online first look preview.

Rockstar has confirmed a US and European GTA 5 release date of September 17 on Xbox 360 and PS3. The game will launch in Japan on October 10.

 

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Lingwo

I was expecting GTA Online to be good but it sounds amazing.

You can see why they take so long to develop these games. It is going to be packed with content!

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the better twin

@2:17 "Rockstar will be constantly developing new content for you to enjoy" - confirmed DLC

 

Shame player count hasn't been confirmed. If it's the same as previous, that will be disappointing.

Its 16. 

 

Grand Theft Auto Online is a dynamic and persistent online world for 16 players that begins by sharing gameplay features, geography and mechanics with Grand Theft Auto V, but will continue to expand and evolve after its launch with new content created by Rockstar Games and the Grand Theft Auto community. Grand Theft Auto Online takes the fundamental Grand Theft Auto concepts of freedom, ambient activity and mission-based gameplay and makes them available to multiple players in an incredibly detailed and responsive online world.

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Crisp

Its 16. 

 

Lame, it's going to be P2P again then aswell.

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Lamp0

Lame, it's going to be P2P again then aswell.

 

Why would you have assumed other wise?

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Crisp

Why would you have assumed other wise?

 

Because it's 2013, not 2005.

 

P2P limits the player count, and with GTA V to have such a massively vast world, it could have better potential to support more than just 16 players.

It's just a shame Rockstar didn't hold out for Xbox One / PS4 and their server support, but as I said previously a few pages back, my main reason for buying this game is single player so I don't really care too much.

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Lamp0

Because it's 2013, not 2005.

 

P2P limits the player count, and with GTA V to have such a massively vast world, it could have better potential to support more than just 16 players.

It's just a shame Rockstar didn't hold out for Xbox One / PS4 and their server support, but as I said previously a few pages back, my main reason for buying this game is single player so I don't really care too much.

 

Doesn't the hardware limit player count? I certainly never expected more than 16 players.

 

I still think it's a bit short sighted to say "because it's 2013". Just because there is a large map doesn't mean there needs to be a huge player count, Also keep in mind that the world is already full of A.I.

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Disc's are being made :p

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Where did those images come from? I assume a "leak" is imminent.

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