Image taken from Rockstar Games facebook page.
Exclusive content, new missions, vehicles and weapons will be available to gamers who purchase the new PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of Rockstar’s award winning sandbox game Grand Theft Auto V.
In an announcement yetserday the game developer detailed what people should expect if they are existing owners of the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of this game and are upgrading come November 18th, (PC gamers will need to wait till January), to the newly improved titles. Some of the new shiny stuff includes the return of classic vehicles like the Dodo plane and stock cars along with weapons like the rail gun and the hatchet, plus a whole load of new storyline content which you can see above.
For more details about the additional content along with a short FAQ from Rockstar themselves chart a course for HERE
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*
Gaming giants Rockstar released, what has to be in our own humble opinion, the greatest single western themed game there has ever been. We’ve been addicted to it since it’s release earlier this year and yes we have also been sucked into paying a little extra for the down loadable content, but boy has it been worth it. Hours upon hours spent riding through sun parched landscapes, rounding up cattle, shooting our way out of stand-offs and hunting grizzlies. But now it seems Rockstar have taken a gamble with their third and final piece of DLC for the game, a departure from their previous content which stayed true to giving the player an authentic taste of the wild west. Undead Nightmare, which will be released on Oct 26th, is an expansion on the single player campaign of the game and features zombies. Although this sounds initially like a sell out and pandering to the on going pop culture obsession with the undead, judging by the official trailer above, (zombie bears, anyone?) it looks like Rockstar know what they are doing. Was there ever any doubt?