5 cool things you can do in GTA V
So many things to do; so much to destroy
After previews of Grand Theft Auto 5 hit the Internet, the wait for Rockstar’s next big crime drama has become a whole lot harder.
There are a few things we can’t wait to do in GTA V, therefore we’ve decided to list five of the most important activities we’re awaiting:
A new addition to the GTA franchise will be that of scuba-diving, and it immediately has our attention.
From previews, its evident that it will play an important role in the game, probably tying into some heists.
The entire underwater world is populated with fish, sharks and sunken treasures that are just begging to be explored.
Plan a heist
Obviously, the name of the game in a GTA title is to cause havoc and get away with it, and what better way than a daring heist?
Not only do you get to execute bank jobs and other robberies, but you get to plan them. Players can put together Heat-inspired heists, in which you’ll need to get the right ingredients, such as armoured vehicles and high-powered weapons, before pulling off the big jobs.
Customisation appears in GTA V, which allows players to tinker with and tweak their vehicles to suit their needs.
We can’t wait to get hold of the faster sports car, the Cheetah, and cover it in flame vinyl, add outrageous rims, and boost the handling.
Exploring the world
Without a doubt, one of the best things about popping in a new GTA game is exploring the massive world, and GTA V shouldn’t disappoint.
The game is said to be over 3 times larger than Red Dead Redemption’s world, and given the screenshots and trailers, its also filled with some incredibly varied locales – from forests to trailer parks to high-rise downtown areas.
A good ol’ police chase
The always-exciting cop chases will never get old, and the glorious visuals and smart AI of GTA V should produce some of the best getaways from the blue and red brigade.
What are you most excited to do when GTA V launches? Grand Theft Auto V is expected to release worldwide on 17 September 2013, for PS3 and Xbox 360. No word on a PC version has been given.
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