It starts with a simple motorcycle crash on a highway which then culminates in a five minute long pile-up with explosions, crashes and general mayhem.
This video was recorded by gamer Michael Snajczuk, who simply sat back and observed the madness unfold in front of him.
Thanks to Rockstar changing the physics of mountain bikes in their game Grand Theft Auto V, this guy managed to glide right through the whole of Los Santos on his cycle.
Come November 18th if you happen to own a PS4 or Xbox One and you intend to purchase the updated and improved version of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V, you will be able to play the game exclusively in first person mode.
In a revolutionary move by the game developers they’re hoping that the once traditonally top down game will now give players an altogether new experience as they re-explore Los Santos and Blaine County and if that wasn’t enough they’ve also announced even more bells and whistles. On their official website they declared the following:
Available in both GTAV and GTA Online, we’ve made a host of changes to accommodate this new perspective, including the creation of an optional first person cover system, a new targeting system, a more traditional FPS control scheme, and integrating thousands of new animations into the existing game. It’s also available at the touch of a button so you can easily switch back and forth between perspectives.
Alongside the new First Person mode, Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC features hundreds of additions and enhancements including 1080p resolution at 30FPS on PS4 and Xbox One (4K compatible on PC).
There you have it first person mode will be available both in-game and online which alters the contact a player will have with the world of GTA V.
By now if you’re a gamer like me you’ll have been clocking in the hours playing Rockstar’s enormously entertaining Grand Theft Auto V.
The latest installment to their highly successful and profitable franchise has a multitude of new features, missions, tasks, side missions, playable characters, vehicles and weapons for you to enjoy as you explore their unique sandbox environment.
But have game developers Rockstar thought of everything this time around? Thanks to YouTube channel Defend The House all your enquiries about the game have been finally answered in their GTA V Mythbusters videos:
After months of fan-boy speculation Rockstar Games finally officially announced what every Grand Theft Auto fan was waiting for, the release date…well, the rough release date…for GTA V:
Today, we’re proud to announce that Grand Theft Auto V is expected to launch worldwide spring 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Developed by series creator Rockstar North, Grand Theft Auto V takes place in a re-imagined, present-day Southern California in the largest and most thriving game-world we have ever created set in the sprawling city of Los Santos and for miles beyond – from the tops of the mountains to the depths of the ocean.
Starting next week November 5, 2012, Grand Theft Auto V will become available for pre-order everywhere and fans can expect a host of new information to become available in November.
Look for downloadable desktop versions of the brand new artwork above coming very soon.
There you have it, sounds like they’ve pulled out all the stops and to claim that it will be the largest game-world they’ve created is quite an exciting prospect when you consider the sheer scope of the original San Andreas. Also, are we in for a special treat with GTA V in the form of scuba gear or submersibles with their ‘…to the depths of the ocean‘, line? I sincerely hope so.
As the Internet debate rumbles on over Rockstar’s much anticipated official release date for Grand Theft Auto V, gamers have been getting themselves into a foaming tizzy over pretty much every rumour and suggestion of what the new game might contain.
Now it seems we have a video with very rough footage of early beta gameplay. Is this a fake? Maybe, maybe not. The movement of the vehicles in this clip are very similar to those in GTA IV but if this is an example of actual gameplay then I’m pretty sure Rockstar would have had the video removed from YouTube, which hasn’t happened yet.
Or how about this, Rockstar are indeed behind this video which they’ve dressed up to look like a fake to keep the buzz and hype going about they’re forthcoming title.
*adjusts tin foil hat on head*