Latest GTA 5 eye candy offers secrets
With the limited news on Grand Theft Auto V, there are many assumptions being made from what is available and the three new screenshots from the game have given us cause to investigate what can be taken from this. Taking a closer look at the eye candy on offer we are interested to see what secrets they hold, if any.
In one of the screenshots, a car is shown and the name on the back is Cheeta, which is how this is spelt in other GTA games, except for Grand Theft Auto 4 where the Cheetah was unavailable. In a report on Now Gamer, they regard the spelling as irrelevant, focusing on the return of the iconic GTA vehicle, but question whether the “H” is blurred. Trying to read more into the figures on the number plate the most they can get from this is that it has a San Andreas license plate, although the surroundings look like the GTA equivalent of Beverly Hills, known as Rodeo.
An image of a fighter plane may give those with image enhancing software cause to look closer at the pilot, as this could be the main protagonist from the Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer, especially since he is wearing a suit and no flight helmet. Another picture of a biker will bring the attention to the cycle itself, as this looks like a road bike with its low-slung handlebars, and this could be another addition to the BMX and mountain bikes that were available in San Andreas. The attire of the rider is worth pointing out, as the cycling shorts give us reason to believe more character customization options will be available, although this may not be a playable character.
One gamer who looked closely at the license plate is under the impression that OCT is visible and assumes that this could relate to an October release date, but this could also be another trailer time. As the excitement for the game escalates, seeing the vehicles involved has had many demanding more and some question whether the graphics are going to be as good as seen in the images. Some gamers are still concerned that there is still no substantial GTA 5 news, although many are just happy to see some more screenshots.
An article on The Daily Pixel is one that could really get fans of the franchise talking as this mentions Rockstar assuring critics that it only expects 19% of players to commit real-life atrocities, from their experience throughout this violent campaign. In this, they mention that the vast majority of Grand Theft Auto 5 players will only have slight feelings of murderous rage, and jokes have been made about GTA games inciting allsorts of real-life atrocities. Although this article was written to be humorous, those who found it amusing feel that Rockstar need to up their game and increase the percentage given.
Maybe this will cause some gamers to hunt down those responsible for the upcoming game and keep them hostage, torturing them for more info about GTA 5. In addition, last week we wrote a post on the potential of Grand Theft Auto V in 3D, although many feel that until it is perfected it is not worth entertaining the idea. Can you find any hidden secrets in the GTA V screenshots that have been available?