We told you it was coming and it’s finally here, the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto V has been released by Rockstar Games. So instead of reading this, press play and start watching it now!
Crazy to think after all this time that GTA 5 will actually arrive in under three weeks on September 17 (on the Xbox 360 and PS3 of course)!
Just a quick note to keep an eye out this coming Thursday for the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. Rockstar just announced they will be revealing it that day at a time yet to be announced.
Rest assured we’ll have the whole clip here at GTA 5 Cheats too. And yes, while Rockstar has previously released numerous “official trailers”, this upcoming video will be the “main one” and should service as the ultimate showcase for GTA 5.
Just in case you couldn’t tell from the name of this website – GTA 5 Cheats – while we do posts news and other information on Grand Theft Auto V, we are very much focused on providing you with cheats, codes, hints and cool guides for the game and will do so once it is released.
Of course all that depends on Rockstar actually including cheats in GTA V. You’d think it would be highly unlikely that they didn’t given the history of the GTA series and how popular cheats within it are. All weapons, vehicle spawn, full health and armor in GTA: San Andreas is a recipe for perfect chaos afterall and has provided this author with hours upon hours of post-completion carnage.
Other people have been curious about cheat codes actually making it into GTA 5 too and one reader decided to email the Rockstar Games Mouthoff team about it, and got a response as follows:
While past games in the Grand Theft Auto series have included cheat codes, we have not revealed any details about the possibility of cheat codes in GTAV. Beyond that, as you may already know, we also often like to keep certain game details secret so you can discover them for yourself when you play the game. For all the latest official news on GTAV, stay tuned to the Rockstar Newswire this summer.
We couldn’t really expect them to confirm or deny, but if I had to put a gauge on that response, I’d say we’re looking good for cheats in GTA V! What do you think?
Just yesterday we posted that the boxart for GTA 5 would be released this week and surely enough this morning Rockstar has delivered.
We present to you the official boxart for Grand Theft Auto V:
More high resolution versions (wallpapers, etc) are available here. We’re now thinking that the next information release has to be a trailer. What do you think!?
While I’m sure pretty much everyone agrees that a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V will eventually be released, the timing of the release, or even when the official announcement of a PC version might be made, is the subject of much dispute.
Ever since Rockstar confirmed the spring 2013 release window for GTA V and at the same time said they have “[no] details to share about a PC version” all sorts of conspiracy theories have been concocted and internet debates have raged about if and when a PC version of the much anticipated and extremely hyped game will arrive.
Today we’re going to add some fuel to that fire by pointing to this LinkedIn profile of Rockstar Senior Animator, Ryan Schacter. Ryan’s profile is 100% authentic, and if you look at his experience you’ll notice the following:
GTA V – Xbox 360, PS3, PC – Cutscene animation.
Now, that could be a mistype, a wrong assumption or some other type of error, however we think it’s pretty solid evidence that a PC version of GTA V is actually being worked on. It’s certainly a lot more solid than the “Amazon France listing a PC version story” and almost everything else that has come to light (such as Dan Houser’s refusal to deny a PC version).
One thing this revelation is not however, is 100% confirmation of a PC version of GTA 5. That can only come from Rockstar themselves. So, will that happen before the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions are released or after? What do you think?
It’s on…. Grand Theft Auto V has an official worldwide release window of spring 2013 for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Rockstar told the world today and also let us know: (1) pre-orders will begin starting 5 November next week; and (2) all whole heap of new information will also come out next month.
Spring starts March 20 next year in the United States so look for a release between then and June, although a firm date will probably be known well beforehand. Interesting that there is no mention of a PC version, although one will undoubtedly come out at some stage. In fact, Rockstar seem to have been so inundated with PC comments they’ve added the following to the announcement:
For those asking about the PC platform, we’re currently focused on the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game and don’t have any details to share about a PC version at this time.