One thing highlighted by last week’s article about the fan who added the correct scale to GTA V’s maps is that GTA V has a really nice map. Well, one fan liked it enough to re-create San Andreas’s map in the GTA V style.
Gifbrah, from the GTA Forums, posted his creation earlier today. Check it out!
Update: all the cheat codes have now been discovered. Check them out for Xbox 360 and PS3!
We’re getting dozens of emails and comments each day asking for updates on finding the remaining cheat codes for Grand Theft Auto V. As we posted in this article, the cheats that we’re pretty sure are in the game, but simply haven’t been figured out yet, are as follows:
These are in addition to the 100% confirmed and working cheats we have already found for each of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
We know that the wait is frustrating, however these things can take time. There is literally thousands upon thousands of different button combinations that could work and to make things that little bit harder, there is no discernible pattern in the cheat codes that have been found to work so far.
And yes of course we (along with everyone else) realize that a lot of the cheats discovered so far are based on button combos from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. All cheats from all previous GTA games have been tried and the list of working cheat codes that we have as of today is partially as a result of that.
Apart from pure luck, or by plugging in cheats from previous GTA games, there are other ways that the remaining cheat codes might be discovered. These include:
The codes being referenced within the game (or some official app) somehow or some place not yet discovered/realized
Someone getting tricky with an automated/brute force method (most likely by hooking their game controller up to a PC)
Rockstar leaking the cheats themselves (although this is pretty unlikely!)
The good news is that we, along with hundreds of other GTA players, are in-game testing out cheat combinations to see if we get any hits. Hopefully we’ll be able to find all the cheats within a short amount of time, but remember that codes for GTA: San Andreas were still being discovered months after it was released!
So sit tight, check back here for updates, and most importantly enjoy playing GTA V in the meantime!
While we’ve heard that using a browser other than Chrome might help fix things, GTA 5 Cheats managed to grab a couple of the videos included as part of the guide, which you can now view embedded via YouTube below.
The first two are satirical promotional videos for two people, Jock Cranley and Sue Murry, who are campaigning for Governor of the State of the Los Santos. The third clip concerns “Life Invader” a social network that exists in the world of GTA 5… The videos are very well done and contain all the usual Rockstar/GTA-style humor and wit you’d expect!
The change.org petition to have Grand Theft Auto V developed and released on PC just blasted through 300,000 signatories (see our previous coverage here and here) and we thought it would be a good time to try and assess when a PC version of GTA 5 might actually be released, if it is in development.
Here’s what the previous release dates were for the console versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV, along with their PC version counterparts:
Grand Theft Auto 3: October 22 2001 (console) | May 20 2002 (PC) | 210 days difference
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City: October 27 2002 (console) | May 12 2003 (PC) | 197 days difference
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas: 26 October 2004 (console) | June 7 2005 (PC) | 224 days difference
Grand Theft Auto IV: April 4 2008 (console) | December 2 2008 (PC) | 217 days difference
The average time difference across all four games was 212 days, which gives us the following:
Grand Theft Auto V: September 17 2013 (console) | April 17 2014 (PC) | 212 days difference
So, if you believe that Rockstar Games will publish GTA 5 on the PC (the signs are certainly there) then watch out for April 17 2014 – it could come around sooner than you think!
Big thanks to Reddit user _Trilobite_ for his work creating this collection of images. As you can see, various scenes from each of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and GTA 5 have been re-created for comparison purposes.
While it’s true that we’ve clearly come a long way since GTA: San Andreas, on the other hand it has also been 9 years (this ain’t no Call of Duty series!). Either way, we’re impressed and considering San Andreas is this author’s favorite GTA title, it only makes waiting for GTA V to hit store shelves that much harder.
Grand Theft Auto V will be released for Xbox 360 and Playstation on September 17 this year.
Gangs have traditionally played a significant role in Grand Theft Auto games – just look at GTA 2 and, a little more recently, GTA San Andreas. Grand Theft Auto IV didn’t feature gangs as heavily though, and that probably contributed to the mixed feelings that many fans continue to have about that series title. Sure, you had your Russians, Mafia and Bikers etc, but you had no reputation or real link with them. You could kill a couple in one area and then turn up the next day with no questions asked.
The good news is that gangs appear to be back, big time, in Grand Theft Auto V. According to GameStop:
Street gangs are still a problem in Los Santos, while the Lost Motorcycle Club is making moves in Blaine County. Some gangs are more interested in fighting the cops than each other – use that to your advantage when escaping the authorities.
What the innocent looking throw away line above means is that: (1) you will most likely have reputation with gangs (ie a return to the good old days of San Andreas); and (2) the AI is a lot smarter and will react more realistically if you, for example, lure a bunch of cops that are chasing you into a rival gang’s turf. This new method of evading capture will prove very popular we think, and certainly lead to a lot of planning/interesting situations when on the run from the police.
One of the key aspects to the GTA series, and one of the many reasons it is so popular, is the often outlandish cheats that we are able to activate within the games. Indeed, if Rockstar wishes to try and recreate some of the magic of previous GTA titles, then it is pretty much essential that cheats and codes play a role in GTA 5.
For example, cheats definitely added another dimension to the gameplay in GTA: San Andreas. While some of the cheats were very useful, others were geared more to being on the strictly fun side. For instance, the cheat that allowed your car to fly was a great way to explore the game’s environment further and adds hours of extra gameplay.
One of the best cheats in Grand Theft Auto 4 was the one that allowed you to unlock a helicopter and fly it around the city. A particularly good thing about this cheat is that it added extra gameplay options, such as the ability to land on top of buildings and snipe people on the street.
We expect GTA 5 to include more complex and innovative cheats. For example, things like remote controlled drones would be a great addition to the game and also make for a natural progression from the helicopter cheat in GTA 4.
Some people have suggested that a zombie cheat should be featured in GTA 5. Zombies have featured in very popular games such as Call of Duty and Red Dead Redemption, and also seem to be popular with fans, so there is a chance zombies will be included in some way in GTA 5 (maybe even via an expansion pack?). On the flip side to this, some have argued that zombies might interfere with the game’s core element, which is a valid argument. Continue reading →