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New GTA V screenshots show off sharks, submarines

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Dec 2012 16:44 User comments (4)

New GTA V screenshots show off sharks, submarines Rockstar Games has revealed some more screenshots for their upcoming GTA V game, revealing even more vehicles and animals.
The game, which is destined to be a blockbuster, will include multiple protagonists and an open world so large it is said it could fit the maps of San Andreas, GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption in it in their entirety.

With its new screenshots, the publishers have revealed that passenger jets are flyable vehicles, as well as submarines.

Another screenshot shows your character in diving equipment, on path to touch a massive great white shark.

(Screenshots via Rant)




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4 user comments

124.12.2012 23:10

This game looks promising. I just want to enter the cheats and see how much damage I can cause XD

I wonder how it will compare in sales to CoD Black Ops 2...

It is a shame they are "considering" to release it for PC.

225.12.2012 1:32

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passenger jets are flyable vehicles, as well as submarines.


I thought submarines went in water not in the sky. lol. I hope they do make it on pc as I would buy it for the modding and custom music.

325.12.2012 3:00

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passenger jets are flyable vehicles, as well as submarines.


lol, must be some advanced cheat code =P
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Dec 2012 @ 3:02

425.12.2012 20:48

loving it

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