GAMES DEVELOPER Rockstar has dropped yet another trailer for its upcoming title Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V).
The latest addition brings the total number of preview trailers to three, along with another three character focused videos that gave fans a closer look at GTA protagonists Michael, Franklin and Trevor, as well as two gameplay videos that gave us views of the huge in-game world Los Santos.
This time, the minute-long teaser is a montage, including a good number of scenes and sequences from the game that we haven't seen before, such as Trevor hitting his head against a pallet, family arguments, as well as your usual police chases, sky diving and machine guns, explosions and heists. All is helped along nicely with a catchy tune to help us get in the mood for the release, which if you're wondering, is called Sleepwalking by The Chain Gang of 1974.
All in all, the rather short trailer doesn't really give us anything different to gawp at. But we're not complaining, as it's still enough to get us geared up for the release, which is now just over two weeks away. We're guessing that this is going to be the last time we are teased before we finally get our hands on the game.
Rockstar has been teasing fans of the next GTA release for well over a year now, sending the video game industry into a frenzy every now and again by circulating the odd new screenshot and snippet of video footage here and there.
Rockstar unveiled GTA pricing and pre-order details earleir this year, shortly after the games developer said that we will have to wait until 17 September to get our hands on it, instead of in the spring as initially promised.
GTA V can be pre-ordered at Rockstar's online store. There the title, which it will send out for free on release day, will cost £54.99, and you will also get a T-shirt for your troubles. µ
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