2. The Clan System You Know And Love? Well, It's Back. Back Again.
Halo fans unite, the clan system that decorated your original Xbox, is making a comeback. Sort of. Many eons ago when the 360 launched, Microsoft said 'no' to the idea of clans, claiming that it would create a void in the vast space of meeting strangers. Rise Rockstar, the almighty rebel in the corporate industry, to say 'Nah', to that mentality. Grand Theft Auto V will continue the Max Payne 3 invention of 'Crews', or rather your online friends, formed into a group with a silly name (The Pixies). Okay, well I have a friends list, why do I need a clan? All these little mini games, and yet unannounced features, will more than likely culminate into one almighty hub of information you can share with your gang members. Now, what this feature will do, is all a bit in the air. Property I dare say will be a big part of GTA 5, and that'll more than likely sit inside the 'hub' to some degree. Sold a house? Well, share how much you ripped off the poor young mother. On a more 'GTA style' high though, it'll more than likely keep track of your kill ratio, games played, and even let you arrange 'Territory Wars' with other gangs, for a general control of Los Santos. Cool beans baby.