Grand Theft Auto V, shortened to GTA V, is an open world action-adventure video game being developed by games developer Rockstar North in the United Kingdom, and published by Rockstar Games. The game will be the first major title in the Grand Theft Auto series since Grand Theft Auto IV (2008), which started the fourth “era” in the series. The fifteenth game in the series overall, GTA V is to be set in fictional Los Santos in the state of San Andreas and its surrounding areas, based on modern-day Los Angeles and Southern California. A rendition of Los Santos was previously featured as one of three cities in 2004′s Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, from the series’s third era. According to Rockstar, Grand Theft Auto V is destined to be their biggest open world game to date. The game will concentrate on “the pursuit of the almighty dollar”. A highly anticipated game, Grand Theft Auto V was officially announced on 25 October 2011. The debut trailer for the game was unveiled on 2 November 2011. According to IGN, Grand Theft Auto V will feature “crews” similar to Max Payne 3. The new Social Club functionality connect play across multiple titles, starting with Max Payne 3 and GTA V. By playing both games multiplayer, “crews” that the player set up in one will be carried over to the other. “Crews” will let players form private crews with friends, or join public crews. Players can be a member of up to five at the same time, and completing tasks as a crew will gain experience points for the player.
In September 2009 during an earnings call, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick answered a listener’s question about the next Grand Theft Auto. He replied, “We’re not going to announce it, we’re not going to announce when we are going to announce it, and we are not going to announce a strategy about announcing it or about when we are going to announce it either, or about the announcement strategy surrounding the announcement of the strategy.” In a November 2009 interview with The Times, Grand Theft Auto producer Dan Houser discussed his work, including the future of the series. Houser stated that he planned to co-write a script that reached about one thousand pages in length. In the same interview, Houser explained the company’s basic workflow of creating new games in the series, which involves coming up with the city first, and then the lead character later.
In July 2010, Rockstar North posted seven job ads related to a new title. The firm looked to fill positions including environment artists, physics programmers and character animators. The job ad for the latter asking for those with “professional experience developing a third person action game”. It was unknown if Rockstar was hiring for GTA V, or the firm was bulking up its Agent team. On 25 October 2011, Rockstar Games announced Grand Theft Auto V via their Twitter account, which included the #GTAV hashtag and a link to their homepage, which displayed the game’s logo. The ‘V’ in the logo is styled like a bank note. A message was printed below the logo stating that a trailer would be released on 2 November 2011. The following day Rockstar put a Grand Theft Auto V trailer countdown on their homepage. Shares of Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, jumped seven percent following the revelation that Grand Theft Auto V is in development. Around the same time, video game website Kotaku claimed that it had been told that rumours about Rockstar being set to make a switch to reality by recreating real-world Los Angeles for GTA V “are true” by “a source familiar with the game”. Kotaku said that GTA V will be set in “some version of L.A.” On 2 November 2011, Rockstar released the debut trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. Giving fans a first look at the upcoming title, the trailer revealed the setting to be Los Santos, the fictional version of Los Angeles and its California surroundings, including Hollywood (“Vinewood”) and rural hills and valleys. Additional features revealed in the trailer included golf, planes, jetskis, and a working gym. The song used in the trailer is “Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake” by the British band The Small Faces.
On 3 November 2011, Rockstar Games announced that Grand Theft Auto V was in full development and that it would take place within Los Santos and its “surrounding hills, countryside and beaches”, and that it would be “the largest and the most ambitious game Rockstar has yet created”, with Sam Houser describing it as a “radical reinvention of the Grand Theft Auto universe”. A version of Los Santos was previously featured in 2004′s Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and in 1997′s Grand Theft Auto, along with two other cities that were part of that rendition of the state of San Andreas (Las Venturas and San Fierro, based on Las Vegas and San Francisco, respectively). Rockstar parent Take-Two called GTA V “a bold new direction in open-world freedom, storytelling, mission-based gameplay and online multiplayer,” while confirming that its story will focus on “the pursuit of the almighty dollar in a re-imagined, present-day Southern California.” No release date or platforms were provided in the announcement.
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How to install on PC
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- Download GTA V (link is below)
- Burn or mount the image
- Download Emulator by HTD (link is below)
- When you downloaded the game for PS3 or Xbox. You can also put in the drive original version of the GTA
- Run my emulator, select the folder where you downloaded the GTA (for PS3 or X360)
- Follow the instructions on your screen and select in the emulator which you downloaded versions of the game, for PS3 or X360
- When you installed the GTA, copy the file from the “GTA_V_emulator_file” to the folder of the game
- Now you can enjoy the GTA for the PC before the premiere
Note: While the crack works fine without, we recommend adding the -offline
parameter to your game shortcut, to omit menu items that are not available anyhow