Grand Theft Auto 5

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Grand Theft Auto 5, Rockstar Games has officially announced on Tuesday, Grand Theft Auto V through its Web site. Do not divulge anything about the game, but simply list the logo along with the promise of a trailer to be released on November 2.

Virtually no details available about the game. The establishment and the release date is purely speculation at this point. The Guardian said that because the platforms for the game has not been disclosed, GTA V could not fall to the next-generation Xbox and PlayStation are released. However, GTA V has probably been in development for at least two years, which means that the stars may align for launch in 2012, the Guardian.

One thing is certain: the players seem to be excited about the next version of the game. “GTA V” and “Grand Theft Auto V” at the moment two of the top tends to Twitter worldwide.

Grand Theft Auto franchise has sold over 114 million units in total since debuting in 1997. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the latest delivery of the series, has sold 22 million units since its 2008 version.

Launched in 2001, Grand Theft Auto III is believed to be the breakthrough title for the franchise. Located in the city of New York inspired by freedom, GTA III gave the players a detailed domain to drive through, running other vehicles and pedestrians snipers on their way in an open format in the world. Wired noted that while Grand Theft Auto III was not the first open world game, which was “without doubt the most influential, inspiring countless others in the past.”

Rockstar is celebrating the tenth anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III earlier this month with the launch of a version compatible with IOS devices.

Are you excited about Grand Theft Auto V? What are you waiting to see in the game? Let us know in the comments section.

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