The riot and the chaos are going to be back. Soon, all you will hear is a couple of bangs, booms and some stone cold blows! Yes, the not so friendly neighborhoods are going to arrive with Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA V). This upcoming game developed by Rockstar North, is released by Rockstar Games and is expected to roll out in fall 2012.
This open world, free roam action release already redefined gaming with its unique game play features and real time character control in its previous versions. People went crazy over the range of bikes and vehicles available in the game and in spite of the game’s several violent ingredients to the story; the game proved to be a big hit.
So, is there any information on the concept and storyline?
Though, there is no authentic information about the name of the city, rumors are that the story will revolve around in Los Santos, which is a rendered version of present day Los Angeles and Southern California. Also, (I don’t know if it’s true) the name of the protagonist could be Don Tony.
If you check out the game’s official website, you can see a line stating “Grand Theft Auto 5 aims on the quest for almighty dollar”. It’s still hard to guess whether the game will revolve around the concept of making money or whether Almighty Dollar is a character/villain in the game. We probably have only one answer, ‘wait and find out’.
The previous installment, GTA IV, offered us game play features like usage of cell phones, pedestrians performing legitimate actions, surf the net with in game internet cafes, feature to accept more than one mission, climb telephone poles, cars with GPS and much more (I was supposed to give few instances, but the game had so many features that they couldn’t be avoided). Every installment of the game made some improvement to the character and storyline to make the game more realistic. Wonder what this installment has to offer!
Finally, for those who rely on their PCs to play this game, I have a humble request for you. Please save some cash and gift yourself a gaming console before its release. It’s not just because you will have a better gaming experience, it’s that your PC may not support (unless you have a gaming rig) the range of graphics GTA uses in its series. Also, it’s from my personal experience; I still remember weeping all night, just because my PC was incompatible with GTA 4. So, grab a console and gear up for action ‘n’ yea’ see ya ‘round Los Santos.