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Update: Rockstar were kind enough to combine all three trailers into one.
As was promised, Rockstar released new trailers for Grand Theft Auto V today. There are three trailers to offer glimpses of the game’s three protagonist, Michael, Franklin and Trevor (above).
Michael, a wealthy middle-age man with a family, is putting the electric paddles to his current hum-drum life by diving headfirst back into a life of crime. Franklin is a gang-banger and the usual “stooped in a life of depravity and violence and I want better for myself” type of character. And Trevor… well, Trevor is a drug-dealer, and I’m not quite sure what to make of him.
Grand Theft Auto V arrives on September 17 for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. No word on a PC release, although as is customary for Rockstar, it’ll probably release months after the console versions.
There are games we receive buckets and buckets of screenshots for everyday and most of the time, they’re pretty bland and not at all worth mentioning. But when Rockstar release screens, and those screens just happen to be for Grand Theft Auto V, we perk right up because we know they will look spectacular. And, what do you know, they do.
Check out the three new screenshots below, which at a nice change of pace show some off-road dirt-biking, parachuting and tennis. We hope Rockstar slip a release date in there next time, but if not, we’re perfectly satisfied with more screenshots.
A twitter account promoting something called the “Epsilon Program” popped-up online a few days ago and began delivering tweets, indicating that a viral marketing campaign for Grand Theft Auto V could possibly be right around the corner.
The account links to a website that was originally used to promote GTA: San Andreas back in 2004. The site really hasn’t been updated in years. Except, that it now sports the Epsilon Program twitter account under its contact information, which, if you take into account when twitter was invented, means something’s up.
Currently, the account has only sent out three tweets, with one posted today, reading, “As of today, we are the fastest growing religion in America. #FACT #KIFFLOM”. But, who knows, maybe this account will eventually offer something more concrete.