Rockstar kindly sent over these exclusive screenshots from the new version of Grand Theft Auto V:
The first shows a multiplayer shootout in Cassidy Creek; the latter shows a close up of Franklin with a sneak peak of one of the new vehicle dashboards viewable in first person mode.
Remember, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions arrive next Tuesday (November 18th) with the PC version following on January 27th.
More screenshots can be found on the other GTA fan sites:
Find below a quick summary of yesterday's next-generation previews released by CVG and IGN, along with the accompanying trailer and links where you can see all of the released screenshots.
Look out for a PS3 vs PS4 gameplay comparison video, courtesy of IGN, a little later today!
And last but not least...
Some new previews have just released for the next-generation versions of Grand Theft Auto V. The most scrumptiuous information to date also confirms that we'll be receiving first person view across the game for the first time in the series.
Summary to follow
With less than a month to go until we finally get to feast our eyes on the beauty that is new-generation Grand Theft Auto V, today we received a sneak peek of what's to come with new exclusive content revealed. Rockstar have announced that players returning to the series by buying one of the new versions will have access to exclusive...
Remember, this is only the exclusive content for returning GTA V players, we're also promised plenty more exciting surprises for the new versions all round in addition to this.
A couple of days ago Rockstar released the latest update for GTA Online with some welcome fixes and updates. This could very well be the last update before next-gen versions launch next month.
In summary there are:
All of this plus an LTS event all weekend with double RP, loot and a free Manhunt mask if you complete the playlist; 1.17 is turning out to be quite a nice update if I do say so myself!
If you want even more detail, well respected GTAForums member SeaWallTx has created yet another awesome guide to what exactly has changed in the latest update; be sure to check it out for everything that's in the patch notes and a whole lot more:
Rockstar has revealed that the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Grand Theft Auto V will arrive on November 18, 2014, while the PC version will arrive on January 27, 2015.
More details and new screenshots may be found over at Rockstar Newswire.
It-girl and Non Stop Pop FM host Cara Delevingne has posted some shots of herself with Lazlow at Rockstar HQ on her Snapmatic [Instagram] page.
"Back with @rockstargames to update my GTAV radio station Non Stop Pop FM for new versions coming this Fall!"
Rockstar themselves then retweeted her post on their Twitter page giving credence to her visit, and pretty much confirming that we'll be getting an updated radio soundtrack for the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions which are due to release towards the end of this year.
Notable updates so far:
Rockstar Games today announced that Grand Theft Auto V will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall. The announcement was made at Sony's E3 press conference.
Check out the trailer:
Rockstar noted that players can transfer their GTA Online characters and progression over to the new platforms. The PC version will feature a video editor similar to that featured in GTA IV PC.
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