Looks like we're set for a return to San Andreas. Rockstar released the first Grand Theft Auto V trailer earlier today, revealing the setting for the game and shedding some light on the associated storyline:
The game's visuals don't look too shabby. I'd say the graphics look a little nicer than GTA IV, although the new game is clearly tuned for consoles. Too bad the trailer says nothing about a release date—be it for consoles or for a potential PC version.
I wouldn't be surprised if GTA V premiered on consoles like its predecessors. Of course, GTA IV hit the PC about seven months after its release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, so I'm sure PC gamers will get their hands on GTA V sooner or later. For once, though, a cross-platform launch would be nice.
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