Well thats if you believe a user on our facebook page who is claiming to already own a copy of gta.
He writes on our page "Hey guys, i just got my copy of gta 5 :D" and then posts a pic to go with it. which you can clearly see is fake and using images already on the internet.
DO not fall for these scams. he is trying to fool you. and i bet he will also add it to youtube to try and scam others. here is the image below.
And here is the fan made cover that he is using to pretend he got gta v
all he did was edit the top of the art to replace pc with ps3.
The poster claims that his friend, ”recently got sacked from RockStar North for general misconduct,” and since his contract is no longer valid he has decided to release the information.
According to the information, the main protagonist is called Albert de Silva who is a member of a former Vice City crime gang. Silva has decided to move away from the gang lifestyle and settle in Los Santos with his son Kevin.
GTA V’s map will be around five times larger than GTA IV’s with Los Santos taking up around half of this area. The map will be split into three areas which can all be explored via aircraft.
The game will apparently feature 32-player multiplayer, and players can create gangs and earn rep. Gang activities include robbing stores and sneaking into military bases to steal weapons. Gang leaders can rank members and set objectives.
Finally the source mentions that the game will release May 2013.
Some other information:
Police chases are now way more than either running or driving. Depending on how wanted you are, police may bring out riot shields and flash bangs. When someone reaches 4 star wanted level, there will be a radio warning on some stations.
Radio stations now do traffic reports that are actually correct. So if you don’t know what route to take, you can check the traffic reports on your phone or the radio.
The in-game TV now has many more channels
The protagonist does not die unlike in the last two Rockstar games.
The underworld actually has a working economy that you can contribute too by buying and selling drugs, weapons and illegal cars in single-player.
The protagonist can take drugs which will have some effects. Smoking weed on the street will lead to getting a one star wanted level.
Police cars will go after you if you’re obviously breaking the speed limit. Having high speed crashes will also damage your health.
This is a lot information to take in, and it’s hard to determine how real it is. Based on the source we’re incredibly reluctant to believe any of it, but some points do make sense, such as the gang activities and rep earning as we’ve already been told that ‘Crews’ can be carried over from Max Payne 3. We really hope that the point about the police chasing you if your blatantly speed is false, as this could really wreck some of the high-speed fun you can have in the game and will certainly annoy a lot of fans. We’ll have to wait for a comment from Rockstar to find out the real truth.
IT seems like Grand Theft Auto franchise fans will have the first details and images of GTA V next week. Nederlands Magazine "Chief" has released cover of its upcoming April issue teasing fans that GTA V details is coming next week.
The text on the cover reads as follow after translation: The mystery solved The first images Los Santos already mapped Who will be the new Niko Bellic? The tweet along the image stated, “Next week in stores, now already on your plate: the first GTA 5 cover in the world.”
We have the this teasing cover for you below. Check it out. Well we still can't guarantee that new information about GTA V will arrive next week as this teaser cover might be a fan-made who is trying to play a BIG APRIL FOOL JOKE on Grand Theft Auto community
In a new interview with IGN focused on Max Payne 3, Dan Houser has revealed that GTA V's multiplayer will support "Crews" that are to be introduced with Max Payne 3 and will be used in future Rockstar titles. Crews are essentially clan-like groups where you are rewarded for playing with other members of your crew and completing objectives together. You will also be matched with other people in your crew during matchmaking.
"The beauty of this system is that crews persist over time and across future games. Multiplayer is an ever-more important part of all our games moving forward. And by creating crews through Social Club, the crews that you create in Max Payne 3 will be ready and available for you to play in Grand Theft Auto V from day one. It's all part of our larger approach to make multiplayer deeper and richer than what's currently available, much more easily accessible to the newcomer and rewarding for the hardcore."
The interview focuses on how crews will be used in Max Payne 3, but it gives an indication for how GTA V's multiplayer may be affected by them. Read the full interview on IGN to get a better understanding of their purpose.
According to a Forbes report, Bhatia predicts publisher Take-Two will opt to push the game back to the March 2013 quarter as opposed to December 2012.
Furthermore, he feels the open-world crime sequel will benefit from an early 2013 launch due to less competition and increased installed base for the current crop of home consoles. Bhatia also feels a Wii U version is a possibility.
GTA V was unveiled in November 2011 via a short teaser trailer, though Rockstar hasn’t committed to a release date at present.
While the world waits for some juicy information regarding a final release date for GTA V, some interesting details have now emerged regarding the current development status on Rockstar’s upcoming game. You would have thought that Rockstar would be having complete control of the game and oversee its development 100%, but fresh rumors this week are suggesting that Rockstar may be getting some help in certain gameplay aspects from 2K Czech – the developers of the popular Mafia franchise.
It obviously hasn’t been confirmed by either 2K Czech or Rockstar yet, but sources have told VG247 that 2K Czech may have been assigned to the game to help out with producing animations which will be used in cut scenes and other moments in the game.
Those of you who have played Mafia II will know that it is not a bad looking game at all, and actually a game which is definitely in the mold of a GTA-style game.
Having two heads is always better than one in our opinion, so we think this is a great move for Grand Theft Auto V if this turns out to be be correct. We’ve added a screenshot from Mafia II below to let you see the similarities between 2K Czech and Rockstar.
We should also tell you that the source adds that Rockstar may be helping 2K Czech out in return by helping to work on Mafia III – so it’s a win win for everyone.
Unfortunately, Rockstar appears to be keeping fans waiting until announcing the next piece of information on the game. We’re guessing that this will come at E3 2012, but the next time we see the game – it has to be some gameplay finally. Let us know your thoughts on 2K Czech possibly contributing to GTA V – do you welcome this or not?