GRAND THEFT AUTO V Is True Sequel To San Andreas?

Aside from a plethora of major plot spoilers, the other big reveal is that the multiplayer mode will be taken to the next level, supporting 32 players on consoles and 64 on PC.

Grand Theft Auto V announced barely a week ago, it seems too soon to have access to major information about the game's features, multiplayer, and even outcome of the plot. But, according to Save and Quit Gaming, an anonymous user on 4chan claims he's spoken with a Rockstar insider, and subsequently revealed some big info on the game. It's not necessarily true at this point, but who's going to turn their back on such a juicy rumour? According to this source, GTA V will return to San Andreas and place you in the shoes of Hispanic gangster Adrian. Money will apparently be a bigger factor than in previous outings, and fans of GTA: San Andreas will be quietly happy to hear that Gang turf wars could be making a return. Aside from a plethora of major plot spoilers, the other big reveal is that the multiplayer mode will be taken to the next level, supporting 32 players on consoles and 64 on PC. For the first time also, PC gamers will apparently be able to get a GTA game on the same day as console owners. Of course, this is all hearsay, but considering the positive feedback on these rumours, maybe Rockstar should take some of these features into consideration if they haven't already. For the full list of these alleged features and spoilers (and there are some major ones if they're true), read below;

-The protagonist is Hispanic and his name is Adrian. -It takes place in San Andreas in 2012. The Mayan end of the world is parodied a lot because of this. -You start out in Los Santos and are in your rival€™s turf, Varrios Los Aztecas, after getting beaten up and robbed. -The game revolves around money in a big deal. I€™d reveal the big idea, but I don€™t want to ruin it. -Multiplayer is in again. There are a couple of new game modes, co-op story, and 32-player game modes for consoles and 64 player for PC. PC also includes dedicated servers. -PC comes out on launch and is being ported by Leeds. From what they have shown us it is optimized much better than GTA 4. -San Andreas includes all the same cities from GTA SA and this time they have all became ab it bigger as well as much more detailed. -Gang turf wars are back. This time not only the general gang are in charge but different sets such as57th Ballas or the Eastside Azteca. They have their own graffiti. You can tag up stuff with custom sprays now too. -In the end your protag dies once again like in RDR. Afterwards you play as his brother who inherits the money. -€The money€ I refer to comes from a massive drug trade that ships to San Andreas. Its fought over a lot throughout the story and it comes with lots of money. It has ties to your family so it becomes a bigger deal. -The timeline continues off of GTA 4. It is referenced a lot. I€™m not really sure whether Niko dies but he€™s mentioned at least twice. -Car modding is back so is lowriding of course. -There are 9 radio stations. It features a range of music. Some of the rap is new, some is old. There€™s a better selection than GTA 4 though IMO. -Military has returned in the 6 star wanted level except they are referred to as National Guard. -Cover system is upgraded and plays more smoothly. -The moral decisions you saw in GTA IV have more effect on the story now. There are at otal of 4 unique endings. 2 bad, 2 good. Whether the protag dies in all of them you€™ll just have to figure out since the endings are actually pretty cool. -More girlfriends. -Parachutes. -Fun cheats are back!
Of course it won't be long until we get a good idea on whether any of this is true or not as on Wednesday November 2nd we will get the first look trailer for the new game. The source on this rumour claims the trailer will be just over a minute long and will be €œrelatively peaceful and shows off the city.

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