Grand Theft Auto V Summary
The twinkling lights of Los Santos lure us in but is it the big score we’ve waited for?
has announced a bevy of exclusive content for the remastered version of Grand Theft Auto V, but it's only going to be available to players transferring characters from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game.
“Some of the other updates such as the upgrade content are being designed exclusively as a reward for returning players so those will not be released on the previous versions,” confirmed the developer in a recent Q&A session reported.
We've seen mods that add a first-person mode to Grand Theft Auto, but if rumours currently circulating are true then we might see Rockstar try their hand at a change of perspective in the upcoming PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5.
claims to have found a cached blog page from Rockstar's website that promises first-person modes both in-car and on foot.
High definition upgrades of aging games can be a fairly mixed affair, but it looks like Rockstar is pulling out the stops for Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC and current-gen consoles.
A new gallerytakes images from the HD upgrade's recent released trailer and sticks them next to shots from the PS3 version. Warning: contains NSFW yoga.
Rockstar Games is the bearer of good and bad news for GTA 5 fans. Firstly, the PC crowd is going to have to wait until late January before setting off for sunny Los Santos. That's the bad news.
The good news is the studio has also revealed what shiny new things await the next-gen remastered GTA 5. New weapons, vehicles, activities and enhanced effects are all in.
It's been snooped that Rockstar Games has been making an awful lot of updates to their Grand Theft Auto 5 entry in the Steam database this past week. Several changes are being made daily.
This flurry of activity comes after a month-long drought of nothing, but now something is stirring. Hopefully this points to a release date reveal just around the corner.