New GTA V screens need no explanations

We have officially reached the point where Rockstar doesn’t need to give us any actual information about its upcoming games, and we still salivate all over the latest offerings and ponder what it could all mean. Today’s example: A handful of screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, subtitled Sunsets, Seas, Skies and So On….

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We already knew about the scuba diving, skydiving and plane flying, but that doesn’t make today’s reveal any less impressive.

One thing to take away from these images is that the explorable world of GTA V looks less expansive than its predecessors, but it makes up for it by being plenty more detailed. We’re looking at an in-game version of California, of course, and eagle-eyed gamers have already spotted bits and pieces that look like the Santa Clara River Railroad Bridge, the San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm and even the Santa Monica Pier.

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The studio is still keeping quiet about which platforms the game will be coming to (but we’re guessing a next-gen version is in the works), but Rockstar is quick to point out that all of these images are taken from the “current generation of consoles”. Chances are things will start looking even better by the time GTA V hits shelves!

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