A GameFAQs forum member, known only as ‘AP15’, claims to have received his issue of December’s Game Informer early, and has publicised the new details it contains regarding Grand Theft Auto V on worldwide web.
With your convenience in mind, we have summarised the important points below:
You will play as Albert De Silva, a half-American, half-Puerto Rican citizen of Los Santos
He is 42 years old, has an ex-wife and two children
Middle-aged Albert is drawn into a life of crime in pursuit of financial stability – a plot idea that may have been influenced by Vince Gilligan’s hit series Breaking Bad
You will also play as Dougie Vejo, a younger criminal
Cul-de-sac Grove Street, home to GTA: San Andreas’ Sean “Sweet” Johnson and Carl “CJ” Johnson, will make a return. These two characters, however, will not
One or more individuals from GTA IV could make a special appearance
The option to purchase properties, which featured in past GTA games, is back, as is car customisation
Players will be able to change Albert and Dougie’s clothes and hair/facial hair
New mini-games will include golf, tennis and surfing
Game Informer has played a mission called “Alimony”, which involves a jewellery store robbery that featured in the game’s official reveal trailer
AP15 closes his post by saying that he’ll have “more info soon”, so you might want to bookmark his thread and check it for updates regularly.
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UPDATE (November 6th, 2012): in response to tweets from gamers questioning the legitimacy of the above, Game Informer’s Managing Editor Matt Bertz has debunked this information. Sorry guys, but it’s “bogus“.
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