The latest pictures from the highly anticipated video game, courtesy of developer Rockstar Games.
Developer Rockstar Games continues to tease the public with screenshots of Grand Theft Auto V, which is set to debut on September 17.
Rockstar today released 10 new screenshots from the highly anticipated fifth edition. We've added them to our gallery of all the screenshots released so far. Grand Theft Auto V takes place in Los Santos, a fictionalized version of modern-day Los Angeles, and includes a chunk of the Southern California area. Plus, the screenshots reveal a few details about the main characters. Previous GTA titles sold like hotcakes, owing to the massive open-world zones. If these screenshots (and the previously released trailer) indicate anything, it seems this fifth installment in the series could blow away previous versions of GTA in dimension and gameplay.
In this photo, a bolt of lightning illuminates the city while large waves crash upon a beach and pier.
In this shot, we observe that fateful moment when everything goes wrong. Breaking the law in this video game results in the police chasing you incessantly, which sometimes produces more entertainment than the actual story line of the game.
One of the latest screenshots added to the Grand Theft Auto V collection reveals several individuals riding dirt bikes near some serious rock formations. Many past GTA games include usable motorcycles, which we consider one of the most enjoyable ground vehicles in the game (and an effective cop deterrent).
This idyllic scene in GTA V, most likely set in the Hollywood Hills, reveals a couple playing tennis by a mansion. Perhaps a tennis mini-game awaits? Future players, try not to careen a vehicle down into this area while driving, as that might cause a serious disruption to the match. Or, if you prefer, get your disrupt on. Just try not to make things too messy.
While the overall aesthetics of this residence may impress most people, eagle eyes might notice lackluster shrubbery. Crave speculates this shot is derived from a console version of GTA V and doesn’t reflect the graphic possibilities available with the probable PC version.