GAMES DEVELOPER Rockstar has teased fans with a dozen fresh screen captures for its long awaited upcoming video game title, Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V).
To feed the cravings of fans frothing at the mouth in anticipation of the game's release later this year on 17 September, Rockstar has flaunted 12 screengrabs from the game that show never before seen action scenes including helicopter and car chases, masked units with firearms, explosive heists and scuba diving.
The screens also reveal more detailed scenes of the various terrains of Los Santos, giving the gamer a feel for what it will be like to steal and drive, ride, fly and cruise through the streets on motorbikes and in convertibles and aeroplanes.
Rockstar has been enticing gamers with cheeky insights into GTA V for over a year. Last month, the games developer posted three trailers to give fans a closer look at GTA's protagonists Michael, Franklin and Trevor. We won't be too surprised to see a few more trailers pop up in the next month or so before it launches the game.
GTA V's pricing and preorder details were announced in March, shortly after the games developer said we will have to wait until 17 September to get our hands on it, instead of this spring as originally promised.
GTA V can be preordered at Rockstar's online store. There the game, which it will ship for free on release day, will cost £54.99, and you will also get a t-shirt for your trouble. µ
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